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Full text of "Catalog of Copyright Entries, 1916 Musical Compositions Last Half of 1916 New Series Vol 11 Part 2"



LIBRARY OF OONaRESS 






COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 3: 
Mttsicajl. Compositions 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 11, PAET 2 

LAST HALF OF 1916 

ffos, 8-13 
WITH ANNUAL INDEX 



Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, of June 30, 1905, 
and of March 4, 1909 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1916 






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9615-10504 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



/ 



CATALOGUE 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OP THE ACTS OP CONGRESS OP MARCH 3, 1891, 
OP JUNE SO, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

INCLUDING: 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1916 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1] 
No. 8 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1916 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions, is issued monthly. The entries are arranged alphabetically by 
titles, with the exception of classical music, collections having general titles, 
such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes elementaires," etc., and music the title of 
which is the name of a class, without differentiating words (e. g., "Waltz," 
"Etude," etc.), which are arranged under the name of the composer instead 
of the title. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading "Words by," "Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "E," Class E, 
Musical compositions; "D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; "©," 
implies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by date of 
publication; "©1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work followed 
by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manuscript copy, 
and "2 c," for 2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. In case of 
contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues containing 
such contributions is required. 

A list of the copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compo- 
sitions under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end 
of this issue immediately following the text. 

A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions used 
or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instruments serving 
to reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 (e) of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found just prior to the index. 

Each issue has an index to composers. The final number, completing the 
volume, will be followed by a full annual index to both composers and pro- 
prietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which must be for the complete 
calendar year, is $1 for the year 1916, payable in advance to the Superin- 
tendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express 
order, or New York draft. 



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NOTICE. 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited since 1870 and prior to June 30, 1909, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of cop} 7 right if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1916. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return, the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which 
must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will 
be supplied on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library 
of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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RECIPROCAL PROTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UNAU- 
THORIZED REPRODUCTION BY MECHANICAL MUSI- 
CAL INSTRUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of 
music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical in- 
struments in the case of Belgium, Cuba, Germany, Great Britain, 
Italy, Luxemburg, and Norway. The President signed proclama- 
tions to this effect on the following dates: Belgium (June 14, 1911), 
Cuba (Nov. 27, 1911), Germany (Dec. 8, 1910), Great Britain (Jan. 
1, 1915), Italy (May 1, 1915), Luxemburg (June 14, 1911), Norway 
(June 14, 1911). These proclamations were printed on pages v-x of 
Part 3, volume 6 ; no. 7, and page iv of no. 12, and pages viii-xi of 
volume 10, no. 3, and page vni of no. 4, of the Catalogue of Copy- 
right Entries. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of Hun- 
gary so far as the provisions of section 1 (e) are concerned, the 
proclamation putting into effect the convention between the United 
States and Hungary specifically provides that the general copyright 
protection secured by article 1 includes the copyright control of 
mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated fulfill 
the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) of 
the act of Congress of March 4, 1909: Austria (Mar. 10, 1911), Den- 
mark (May 19, 1911), Mexico (May 8, 1911), the Netherlands (Mar. 
3, 1911), and Switzerland (Apr. 8, 1911). 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International 
American Conference at Buenos Aires August 11, 1910, was pro- 
claimed by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914, and 
is in effect as between the United States and the Dominican Republic, 
Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Nicaragua, and Ecuador. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



'A canzone d' 'o Granatiello ; versi di 
S. Di Giacomo, rnusica di N. Valente, 
of Italy ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 
(Le canzoni della primavera, no. 
665. ) [9615 

© Sept. 8, 1914 ; 1 c. May 17, 1916 ; 
E 384369 ; Polyphon musikwerke 
a. — g., Leipzig. 

'A canzone 'e Napule ; versi di Libero 
Bovio, musica di E. de Curtis, of 
Italy ; canto e mandolino. 4to. (Le 
canzoni della maggior successo, no. 
631.) [9616 

© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916 ; E 384376 ; Polyphon musik- 
werke a. — g., Leipzig. 

'A moete 'e zi Giuseppe ; stornelli, 
versi e musica di Gennaro Camer- 
lingo, of Italy ; canto e piano. 

[9617 
© June 22, 1916; 2 c. July 6, 
1916; E 380742; Arturo Matacea, 
New York. 

'A pabtenza; versi di Ferd. Russo, 
musica di N. Valente, of Italy ; canto 
e mandolino. 4to. (Le canzoni 
della primavera, no. 662.) [9618 
© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384373; Polyphon musik- 
werke a. — g., Leipzig. 

Abendstimmung (Evening harmo- 
nies) ; von Christian Sinding, of 
Norway, op. 120 ; solovioline mit 
orchester ; partitur. [9619 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380782; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 



violine und piano. 



(Edition 
[9620 



Breitkopf, no. 4475.) 

© July 16, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380781; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Abeam, what do you want from my 
young Jewish life; words and mu- 
sic by James Kendis, of U. S. [arr. 
by Ted Eastwood] of U. S. [9621 

© 1 c. May 24, 1916; E 386043; 
Kendis music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 



Ach I dunno ; words by Percy French, 
music by M. Helen French, of Ire- 
land. [9622 
© Apr. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. June 2, 1916 ; 
E 380560; Pigott & co., ltd., Dublin, 
Ireland. 

Acht liedchen. See Blech (Leo) 

Advance of the guards ; by Carl Wil- 
helm Kern, of U. S., op. 208, no. 6; 
piano. (Eight short compositions, 
grade one, no. 6) [9623 

© July 10, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 387215; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

After the war is o'er; words and 
music by E. Dalzell, of U. S. Phila- 
delphia, M. D. Swisher. [9624 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 
1916; E 387378; Eleanore Dalzell, 
Philadelphia. 

Ain't it funny what a difference 
just a few drinks make ; from 
Ziegfeld follies, 1916, lyric by Gene 
Buck, music by Jerome Kern, of 
U. S. [9625 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 386823; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Air de ballet, with intermezzo; by 
Theophil Wendt, of England, op. 11 ; 
pianoforte conductor. 4to. [9626 

© July 7, 1916; 1 c. July 8, 1916; 
E 380810; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Album leaf ; by Emil Kronke, of Ger- 
many, op. 115 ; piano. ( Confetti, six 
short program pieces, no. 1.) [9627 

© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 384617; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Albumblatt (Ein) (Album-leaf) ; von 
Paul Wiggert, of Germany, op. 19, 
no. 2 ; cornet a pistons mit piano- 
forte. [9628 
© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380907; Johann Andre, 
Offenbach a Main, Germany. 



633 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



9629 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



All aboaed for frisky Feisco town ; 
words and music by Raymond R. 
Cramer, of U. S. Joplin, Mo., Ray- 
mond R. Cramer pub. co. [9629 
© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 388020; McWilliams-Cramer pub. 
co., Monett, Mo. 

Alle englein lachen ; intermezzo aus 
Wenn zwei hochzeit machen, musik 
von Walter Kollo, arr. von Otto 
Lindemann, of Germany. 1. Grosses 
orchester. 2. Salon-orchester. 

[9630, 9631 
© Oct. 20, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 6, 
1916; E 380760, 380764; Drei- 
masken verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Allies (The) aee going to win; 
words and music by C. Clark, of 
Canada, arr. by Jules Brazil, of 
Canada. [9632 

© May 27, 1916; 1 c. June 1, 
1916; E 384378; Catherine Clark, 
Toronto, Canada. 

Alma mater ; song of the Catholic 
girls' high school, Philadelphia, 
words by sisters of St. Joseph, 
music by Nicola A. Montani, of U. S. 

[9633 
© June 6, 1916; 2 c. June 10, 
1916 ; E 386870 ; Philip R. McDevitt, 
Philadelphia. 

Aloha oe; music by H. M. Liliuoka- 
lani, arr. by J. H. Johnstone, of U. 
S. ; solo mandolin (duo style.) 

[9634 

© June 12, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 386943; James H. John- 
stone, Kalamazoo, Mich. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Al'tniederlandisches dankgebet; 
f antasie - transcription von Carl 
Heins, of Germany, op. 171, no. 61 ; 
pianoforte. [9635 

© Oct. 15, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381042; Johann Andre, Of- 
fenbach a Main, Germany. 

Am schonsten ists bei muttern ; 
marschduett aus, Wenn zwei hoch- 
zeit machen, musik von Walter 
Kollo, arr. von Otto Lindemann. 1. 
Salonorchester. 2. Grosses orches- 
ter. [9636, 9637 
© Oct. 20, 1915; 1 c. each July 
6, 1916; E 380791, 380761; Drei 
masken-verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



America first; words and music by 

A. Green, of U. S. [9638 

© June 15, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 

1916; E 386837; Anderson Green, 

Kansas City, Kan. 

America for humanity ; march by C. 

F. Stayner, of U. S. ; piano. [9639 

© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 20, 

1916; E 388019; Charles Frederick 

Stayner, Salt Lake City. 

America wants peace; words by 
Robert Dunlop and Austin Pierce, 
music by E. W. McWhood, of U. S. 

[9640 
© 1 c. June 28, 1916; E 387190; 
Edward W. McWhood, Newark, 
N. J. 

American jubilee; patriotic rag fox 

trot by Edw. B. Claypoole, of U. S. ; 

pf. [9641 

© 1 c. June 24, 1916 ; E 388106 ; 

Broadway music Corp., New York. 

American national waltz ; by J. M. 
Schaeffer, of Russia, domiciled at 
Bedford Hills, N. Y. ; piano. [9642 
© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 8, 
1916; E 387201; Jacob Meyer 
Schaeffer, Bedford Hills, N. Y. 

America's flag song ; the flag that 
enlightens the world, words and mu- 
sic by W. J. Faulkner, of U. S. 
Chicago, Florentine music co. 

[9643 
© June 14, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386740; William J. Faulk- 
ner, Chicago. 

Amerikanische fantasie; von Paul 
Wiggert, of Germany, op. 31 ; cornet 
a pistons mit piano. [9644 

© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380909; Johann Andre, Of- 
fenbach a Main, Germany. 

Ammore (L') custante; versi di R. 
Ferraro-Correra, musica di P. E. 
Fonzo, of Italy ; canto e mandolino. 
4to. (Le canzoni della primavera, 
no. 663.) [9645 

© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384362; Polyphon musik- 
werke, a.-g., Leipzig. 

Among the waterlilies ; mazurka, by 
Carl Wilhelm Kern, of U. S., op. 280, 
no. 4; piano. (Eight short compo- 
sitions, grade one, no. 4) [9646 
© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 8, 
1916; E 387213; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 



634 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8, 1916 



9661 



Andantino ; by Edwin H. Lemare, of 
England ; pianoforte conductor. 4to. 

[9647 
© July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8. 1916 ; 
E 380811; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

ANDOVEE SONGS AND CHEERS. 2d ed. 

Andover, Mass., V. A. Space and F. 
M. Talrnage, 1916. 56 p. 8vo. 

[9648 
© June 3, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. June 
16, 1916; A 431653; V. A. Space, 
Brattleboro, Vt. 

Andeee. See Lagourgue (Charles) 
Five easy duets for cello and piano. 

Angels (The) of Mons ; words by 
Edward Lockton, music by A. Kings- 
ton-Stewart, of England ; no. 1 in C. 

[9649 
© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 384625; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Angelus (The) ; by J. H. Adams, of 
England ; pianoforte. ( Swiss 

scenes, miniature suite, no. 3.) 

[9650 
© June 26, 1916; 1 c. July 7, 
1916; E 384614; Joseph H. Adams, 
Birmingham, England. 

Anitea; words and music by J. V. 
Nicolay, of U. S. [9651 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387224; 
Joseph Van Gelder Nicolay, Brook- 
lyn. 

Anna; introducing When the corn is 
waving, music by George Spencer, 
of U. S. ; piano, words ad lib. [9652 
© July 6. 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387061; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Anna, my Anna. See Little (A) 
Dutch heaven for two. 

Annemabie; lied von Fritz Fuhrmeis- 
ter, op. 15, arr. von C. Morena, of 
Germany ; salonorchester. [9653 

© Apr. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380893; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. (Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement) 

See also Hay in (Hans) Sechs 

soldaten-lieder. 

Aeia. See Bach (J. S.) 

Aspieation ; words and music by Er- 
nest D. Nevin, of U. S. "[9654 
© July 6. 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387105; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



At dawning; by Charles Wakefield 
Cadman, of U. S. ; mil. band. 4to. 
(Concert ed. for military band, no. 
272) [9655 

© June 8, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383911; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

At the ceoss ; with variations, by L. 
Weber, of U. S. ; piano. Kansas 
City, Kan., Weber brothers. [9656 
© June 13. 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916 ; E 386756 ; A. Holzmark, Kan- 
sas City, Kan. 

At the paeloe jubilee ; words by 

Austin Pierce, music by E. W. Mc- 

Whood, of U. S. [9657 

© 1 c. June 28, 1916; E 387189; 

Edward W. McWhood, Newark, N. J. 

Athalie waltz ; by Geo. Rosenkrans, 

of U. S. ; band. 4to. [9658 

© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 

1916 ; E 388031 ; J. W. Jenkins sons 

music co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Auf den beegen. See Grieg (E. H.) 

Auf Gott allein ; ged. von Jul. 
Sturm, musik von Franciscus Na- 
gler, of Germany, op. 89; fur ge- 
mischten chor ; partitur. (Drei 
ernste gesange, insbesondere zum 
gebrauch bei kriegsandachten, no. 3. ) 

[9659 
© Sept. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381046; Gebruder Hug & 
co., Leipzig. 

Auf geunee au ; es ist ein briinnlein 
geflossen, ged. von August Naaf, 
musik von Konrad Ramrath, of Ger- 
many, op. 28, no. 2 ; lied im volkston 
fur mittlere o. hohe stimme u. kla- 
vier, und fur frauenchor 3st. [9660 
© Sept. 23, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381018; Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne, Germany. 

Auf zue wehe. See Blied (F. Jos.) 
Fiinf vaterlandische lieder. 

Aufgebot ; ged. von Ernst Moritz 
Arndt, musik von Gertrud Grafln 
Biilow von Dennewitz, of Germany ; 
eine singstimme mit pianoforte. 
(Deutsche lieder, neue folge, no. 12) 

[9661 
© July 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380875 ; C. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 

Aus geossee zeit. See Nachtgesang. 

Aus nacht zum licht. See Tragner 
(Richard) Vier schlichte geistliche 
gesange. 



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9662 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Ausfahkt; ged. von. F. Char, musik 
von Aug. Thelen, of Germany, op. 
65 ; vierstimmigen mannerchor ; 
partitur. 4to. [9662 

© Oct. 15, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 381041 ; Johann Andre, Offenbach 
a. Main, Germany. 

Avanti beesaglieke ; versi e musica di 
Andrea Spasiano, of Italy; versi, 
mandolino o violino. 4to. [9663 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 11, 1916 ; 
E 387245; Arturo Matacea, New 
York. 

Ave Maria; music by Arthur Somer- 
vell, of Great Britain; four female 
voices with organ ace, ad lib. 4to. 
(Choral miscellany, no. 63.) [9664 
© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 10, 
1916; E 384637; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Ave veeum ; by Alfred J. Silver, of 
England ; chorus for four mixed 
voices in G. (Fischer's octavo edi- 
tion, no. 4086.) [9665 
© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384645; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

■ '[and] Tantum ergo; music by 

Albert J. Dooner, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices with organ ace. 4to. (Choral 
music series 25, Catholic church mu- 
sic, no. 969, 970.) [9666 
© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386745; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Baby; lullaby, words and music by 

Don Richardson, of U. S. [9667 

© June 22, 1916; 2 c. June 23, 

1916 ; E 388163 ; Waterson, Berlin & 

Snyder co., New York. . 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Aria; 
nach Joh. Bachs choralvorspiel, O 
mensch bewein dein sunde gross, 
bearb. von Max Reger, of Germany ; 
streichorchester ; partitur. [9668 

© Oct. 25, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380738 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement.] 

Erstes konzert in D moll ; von 

J. S. Bach, bearbeitet von Max 
Reger of Germany fur klavier mit 
streichquintett begl ; partitur. 

[9669 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 

E 380727 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 

York. % [Copyright is claimed on 

new arrangement.] 



Bach (Johann Sebastian) — Contd. 

Klavierwerke ; band xii, vivaldi- 

concertos, no. 9-16, von J. S. Bach, 
herausgegeben, von Ferruccio Bu- 
soni, of Italy ; piano solo. (Edition 
Breitkopf, no. 4312) [9670 

© July 16, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380772 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement.] 

Suite in H moll; ouvertiire, von 

J. S. Bach, fur den praktischen 
gebrauch, bearb. von Max Reger, of 
Germany, fur 2 violinen, bratsche, 
violoncell, bass u. note; partitur. 

[9671 

© Aug. 19, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 

1916 ; E 380736 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on new arrangement.] 

Bachelor days ; from Ziegfeld follies, 
1916, words by Gene Buck, music 
by Louis A. Hirsch, of U. S. [9672 
© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386910; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Back in the old town to-night; 
words by Jeff Branen, music by 
Arthur Lange, of U. S. [9673 

© June 30, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 386986; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

Ball room memories ; selection, music 
by Archibald Joyce, arr. by J. Ord 
Hume, of Great Britain ; brass band. 
4to. ( Boosey 's brass and reed band 
journal, no. 565) [9674 

© June 23, 1916 ; 1 c. July 10, 
1916; E 384638; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Ballade. See Juon (Paul) — Sitt 
(Hans) Sechs leichte stucke. 

Bananier (Le). See Chappell's army 
journal, no. 434. 

Bancroft camp; march and two-step, 
music by G. F. Kintner, of U. S., 
arr. by Frederick Schulte, of U. S. ; 
piano. [9675 

© June 30. 1916; 2 c. July 3, 
1916; E 387022; G. F. Kintner and 
F. Schulte, Racine, Wis. 

Banner of love; Children's day serv- 
ice for Sunday schools, words by A. 
A. Payn, music by Clinton D. Low- 
den, of U. S., [and others], 8vo. 

[9676 
© May 22, 1916; 2 c. July 8, 
1916; E 389194; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8, 1916 



9691 



Beauties of nature ; words by C. R. 
Forbes, of U. S., music by Franz 
Lang [pseud, of Floda Fisher], of 
U. S. [9677 

© 1 c. June 21, 1916 ; E 386819 ; 
Chas. R. Forbes, Fostoria, O. 

Beautiful rose of desire ; words and 
music by Percy Edgar and Huntley 
Trevor, of Great Britain. [9678 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916: E 384680; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Sonatinen 
nos. 1-6; von L. van Beethoven, 
revidiert und bezeichnet von Xaver 
Scharwenka, of Germany; piano 
solo. (Klavier-werke, no. 3, Ed. 
Breitkopf, no. 4343.) [9679 

© June 22, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380734 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement.] 

Yariationen band 2 ; von L. van 

Beethoven, iiber das menuett, a la 
Yigano, von Haibl, nos. 1-12, rev. 
und bezeichnet von Xaver Schar- 
wenka, of Germany ; piano solo. 
(Klavier-werke, no. 6. Ed. Breit- 
kopf, no. 4346.) [9680 
© Oct. 25. 1915: 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380780 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement.] 

Yariationen nos. 1-6 ; von L. van 

Beethoven, op. 34, revidiert und 
bezeichnet von Xaver Scharwenka, 
of Germany; piano solo. (Klavier- 
werke. no. 5. band 1, Ed. Breitkopf, 
no. 4345.) [9681 

© Oct. 15. 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380733 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement.] 

Behold the flag ; words by L. H. 
Staubly, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [9682 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387330; 
L. H. Staubly, Palmers, Md. 

Believe me, if all those endearing 
young charms ; music by Thomas 
Moore, arr. by J. H. Johnstone, of 
U. S. ; solo mandolin, (duo style) 

[9683 
© June 12, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 386944; James H. John- 
stone, Kalamazoo, Mich. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 



Beneath the pines I'm pining ; words 
bv L. P. Landman, music by E. 
Dick Lerch, of U. S. [9684 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386884 ; Buckeye music pub. 
co., Columbus, O. 

Berceuse. See Sitt (Hans), Sechs 
leichte stiicke. 

Bertie and Belinda ; words and mu- 
sic by Robert Green, of England. 

[9685 
© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 384629; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London, W. 

Best (The) ever; march, by Fr. 
Harold, of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. 
(Standard ed. for orchestra, no. 
430) [9686 

© June 7, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383912; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Bettis waltz ; composed and arr. by 

L. B. Shook, of U. S. ; steel guitar 

solo. • [9687 

© 1 c. June 19, 1916; E 386716; 

Lowell Bettis Shook, Riverside, Cal. 

Blech (Leo) Acht liedchen ; kindern 
vorzusingen, text von Y. Bluthgen, 
Fallersleben, etc., musik von L. 
Blech, of Germany, op. 22, zweite 
folge, nos. 1-8, fur gesang u. 
klavier. [9688 

© Oct. 1, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380868; Universal-edition, 
Leipzig. 

Blied (F. Jos.) Fiinf vaterlandische 
lieder : komponiert von F. J. Blied, 
of Germany ; dreistimmigen kinder- 
chor, mit klavier begleitung, neue 
folge. Contents : — 1. Auf zur 
wehr. — 2. Der deutsche Michel. — 
3. Hindenburg und sein stab. — 4. 
Das eiserne kreuz. — 5. Das scher- 
flein der witwe. [9689 

© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380915; P. J. Tonger, 
Cologne a./Rh., Germany. 

Blighty; the soldier's home sweet 
home, words and music by R. P. 
Weston and Bert Lee, of Great 
Britain. [9690 

© June 7. 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384649; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Blue- white march (Blau-weiss) ; by 
Ernst Schmidt, of Germany; piano. 
Simplified ed. [9691 

© June 5, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383913; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



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S692 



pt. in, n. s„ v. 11 



Blumengruss. 
lus. 



See Goethe-lieder cyk- 



Blumenteufel (Die) ; marsch lied, 
ged. von Heinz Scharpf, musik von 
Viktor Keldorfer, of Germany, werk 
105 ; f iir eine singstimme mit 
klavier. (Kriegs und soldaten- 
lieder, no. 1) [9692 

© Oct. 3, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380879; G. Lorenz, Salz- 
burg, Germany. 

Bow down Thine ear, O Lord ; words 
from psalm LXXXVI, edited and 
adapted to English words, by A. 
M. Henderson, of Scotland, mu- 
sic by Arensky ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Choral album, no. 1248.) [9693 

© May 22, 1916; 1 c. June 3, 
1916 ; E 380565 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow, Scotland. 

Brahms (Johannes) Liebeswalzer ; 
von Brahms, nach tanzen von Franz 
Schubert, ausgewahlte und gedichtet 
von Otto Schlotke, eingerichtet von 
Richard Dannenberg, of Germany ; 
gemischten chor, mit klavier zu vier 
handen. [9694 

© Sept. 18, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380888; J. Rieter-Bieder- 
mann, Leipzig. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Marschieren ; ged. von Carl 

Lemcke, musik von Joh. Brahms, op. 
41, no. 4, bearb. von Theodor Roh- 
meyer, of Germany ; eine mittlere 
singstimme mit klavier. [9695 

© Apr. 20, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380886; J. Rieter-Bieder- 
mann, Leipzig. 

Braunfels (Walter) Drei chines- 
ische gesange; clichtungen aus 
Bethge's Chinesischer note, musik 
von Walter Braunfels, of Germany, 
op. 19; ausgabe fiir hohe frauen- 
stimme und orchester; partitur. 
Contents : — 1. Die einsame. — 2. Ein 
jungling denkt an die geliebte. — 3. 
Die geliebte des kriegers. [9696 

© Sept. 2, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380863; Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne, Germany. 

Brave American boys; march, by 
Gustave Schumann, arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer, of U. S. ; military band. 4to. 

[9697 
© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 
1916 ; E 388027 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 



Brave Johnnie; words by Ida Lar- 
sen, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 



© 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; E 387139 ; Ida 
Larsen, Auburn, Mass. 

Broken (A) doll; song from the re- 
vue, Samples, by J. W. Tate, arr. by 
J. Ord Hume, of Great Britain; 
military band. (Boosey's supple- 
mental journal, no. 153. ) [9699 
© July 14, 1916; 1 c. July 27, 
1916; E 381117; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Broken (The) record; words by G. J. 
Chaloner, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [9700 
© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387229; 
Gilbert J. Chaloner, Dorchester, 
Mass. 

Bugle call rag; march, by Carey 
Morgan and Eubie Blake, arr. by D. 
Onivas, of U. S. ; band. 4to. [9701 
© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387013 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York, [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Burleske; von Paul Juon, of Ger- 
many, op. 64; violine und piano, 
(Acht violinstucke, no. 3.) [9702 

© Oct. 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380927; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. 

Burro (The) ; part song, words by 
Louella Keeney, music by Alberta N. 
Burton, arr. by Clarence C. Robin- 
son, of U. S. ; mens voices. 4to. 

[9703 

© June 19, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 

1916; E 388133; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

By the stream side, still at close 
of day; words by Chester C. Heff- 
ner, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [9704 

© 1 c. July 6. 1916 ; E 387143 ; C. 
Heffner, Reading, Pa. 

By the tarn. See Goossens (Eugene) 
Two sketches. 

Bygone days ; by Brian Hope, of Eng- 
land ; pianoforte. [9705 
© July 19, 1916; 1 c. July 20, 
1916; E 381074; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 



638 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8, 1916 



9723 



Cabin (The) by the sea; words by 
F. P. Steele, music by Arthur Mann, 
of U. S. [9706 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387152; 
Florence Pearl Steele, Vancouver, 
B. C, Canada. 

California ; words and music by B. 

Evans, of U. S. [9707 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 

1916 ; E 386904 ; Bruce Evans, Long 

Beach, Cal. 

Call (The) to arms ; march, by P. 

Lucchetti, of Italy, domiciled at 

New York; piano. [9708 

© 1 c. June 22, 1916; E 388030; 

Peter Lucchetti, New York. 

Call (A) to arms through my 
brothers ; words and music by W. P. 
Kistler, of U. S. [9709 

© June 23, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386927 ; W. P. Kistler, Ham- 
burg, Pa. 

Cantammo e sunammo; versi di P. 
Cinquegrana, musica di R. Falvo, of 
Italy ; canto e mandoline (Le 
canzoni della Polyphon, no. 651.) 

[9710 
© Sept. 8, 1914 ; 1 c. May 17, 1916 ; 
E 384368; Polyphon musikwerke 
a. — g., Leipzig. 

Canzonetta; von Paul Juon, of Ger- 
many, op. 64, no. 6, fur violine mit 
klavierbegl. (Acht violinstiicke mit 
klavierbegleitung, no. 6) [9711 

© Oct. 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380895; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. 

Caprice xxiv. See Paganini (Niccolo) 

Carillon (Glockchenspiel) ; by Fritz 
Spindler, op. 116, no. 1, ed. by Andor 
Pinter, of U. S. ; piano solo. [9712 

© June 23, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386914; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

Carolina, no. 3 ; music composed and 
arr. by Arthur C. Speisseger, of 
U. S. ; piano. [9713 

© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 383971; 
Mrs. Leize F. B. Lockwood, Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Carolina, no. 12; music composed 
and arr. by Erroll Hay Colcock, of 
U. S. ; piano. [9714 

© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 383972; 
Mrs. Leize F. B. Lockwood, Charles- 
ton, S. C. 



Carufanella; versi di Libero Bovio, 
musica di E. Cannio, of Italy ; canto 
e mandolino. 4to. (Le canzoni di 
maggior successo, no. 633.) [9715 
© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384367; Polyphon musik- 
werke, a. — g., Leipzig. 

Cavatina; by A. Saint Amory, of 
France ; violin or cello and piano. 

[9716 
© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 384643; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Celeste; by William Paul, of U. S. ; 

piano. [9717 

© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 

1916; E 388146; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Chaminade (Cecile Louise Stepha- 
nie) Scarf dance; air de ballet, by 
C. Chaminade, of France, arr. by 
Mackie-Beyer, of U. S. ; militarv 
band. 4to. [9718, 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 22,* 
1916; E 388029; J. W. Pepper & 
son, Philadelphia. 

Chanson de matin ; by James R. Gil- 
lette, of U. S. ; pipe organ. [9719 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387116; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Chanson de nuit ; by Edward Elgar, 
of England, op. 15, no. 1 ; piano con- 
ductor. 4to. [9720 
© July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 380804; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Chanson triste ; by Emil Kronke, of 
Germany, op. 115 ; piano. ( Confetti, 
six short program pieces, no. 5.) 

[9721 
© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 384621; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Chant sans paroles ; by Edwin H. 
Lemare, of England ; violin con- 
ductor part. [9722 
© July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 380812; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Chappell's army journal, no. 434 ; 
arr. by Dan Godfrey, of Great Brit- 
ain ; full military band. Contents. — 
Polonaise; by P. Tschaikowsky. — ■ 
Marche de nuit; by L. M. Gott- 
schalk. — Le bananier ; by L. M. Gott- 
schalk. [9723 

© May 12, 1916 ; 1 c. June 1, 1916 ; 
E 384417; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don, & P. Jurgenson, Moscow, 
Russia. 



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9724 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Chakles ; introducing Charlie my dar- 
ling, music by George Spencer, of 
U. S. ; piano, words and lib. [9724 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387063; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Chasing the eainbow ; lyric by 

Sarah Taylor Shatford, music by A. 

L. Stewart, of U. S. [9725 

© 1 c. June 19, 1916; E 386734; 

Anna Lambert Stewart, Easton, Pa. 

Chattanooga jubilee ; words and mu- 
sic by Wm. A. (Billy) English, jr., 
of U. S. [9726 

© June 28, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 386998; English-Gray-Rut- 
ter, Philadelphia. 

Chautauqua system ; words and mu- 
sic by O. S. Castellucci, of U. S. 

[9727 
© June 22, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387005 ; Omero Signor Castellucci, 
Port Richmond, N. Y. 

Cheero, happy days ; words by James 
Walsh, music by Herman Darewski, 
of Great Britain. [9728 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384676; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Children's day classics, no. 4 ; words 
by Elsie Duncan Yale, music by Al- 
fred Judson, of U. S. [and others]. 
8vo. [9729 

© May 22, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 387195; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

China eose ; words by C. E. Gould, 
music by J. E. Andino, of XL S. 

[9730 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387157; 
C. E. Gould, Oakland, Cal. 

Cincinnati, Ohio ; text and music by 

Paul Bliss, of U. S. [9731 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 

1916; E 388039; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

City of Chow; part song for men's 
voices, from the Chinese Shih-King 
odes of Ch'in, tr. by L. Crammer 
Byng, music by Granville Bantock, 
of England. 4to. [9732 

© June 5, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916.; E 383914; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



Civilization ; peace march, from 
Civilization, by Victor L. Schertz- 
inger, of U. S. ; piano. [9733 

© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 
1916; E 387257; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Class day; march, two-step, by Gus- 
tave Schumann, of U. S., arr. by 
Mackie-Beyer, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[9734 
© June 20, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916 ; E 386838 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 

Claude. See Lagourgue (Charles) 
Five easy duets for cello and piano. 

Columbine (The) girl is my queen; 

words and music by R. F. Murphy, 

of U. S. [9735 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387179; 

Roxy Fraker Murphy, Aurora, Col. 

Come along, fairies ; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Daniel 
Wood, of England. 1. No. 2 in G. 
2. No. 1 in F. [9736, 9737 

© July 13, 1916; 1 c. each July 
14, 1916; E 384699, 384700; Enoch 
& Sons, London. 

Come and share my heaven ; words 

bv E. P. Bristol, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [9738 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387125; 

E. P. Bristol, Kingston, British 
Guiana, S. A. 

Come back again to me ; words by W. 

F. Roche, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [9739 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387170; 
Wm. F. Roche, Jersey City. 

Come back, I'll forgive and forget ; 
words by Harry Sylvester and Geo. 
Jones, music by Ernest R. Ball, of 
U. S." [9740 

© June 29, 1916 ;' 2 c. June 30, 
1916 ; E 386994 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Come boys, on to Mexico; words and 
music by A. D. Crosby, Of U. S. 

[9741 

© 1 c. June 30, 1916; E 386966; 
Alpheus Dixi Crosby, New York. 

Come in the garden, dear; words and 
music by Betty Bellin, Haven Gil- 
lespie and Chas. Roy Cox, of U .S. ; 
medium voice. [9742 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386885 ; Buckeye music pub. 
co., Columbus, O. 



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no. 8, 1916 



9759 



Come to mother, baby daeling ; words 
and music by Carrabelle M. Alfrege, 
of U. S. [9743 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 386945; Joseph Robert Al- 
frege, New York. 

Come to my garden of love; words 
and music by Herbert Lee and T. C. 
Sterndale Bennett, of Great Britain. 

[9744 
© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384661; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Come to the masquerade ; words by 
Russel M. Bigelow and Jack Nico- 
lay, music by Jack Nicolay, of U. S. 

[9745 
© 1 c. July IS, 1916; E 387381; 
Joseph Van Gelder Nicolav, New 
York. 

Come where flowers ; by F. von Flo- 
tow, ed. by Walter H. Aiken, of 
U. S. ; song. 4to. (Willis collec- 
tion, no. 170) [9746 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 387205 ; W T illis music co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Come with me, dear, to the land of 
love ; words by M. H. Schmidt, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[9747 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; E 387142 ; M. 
H. Schmidt, Saginaw, Mich. 

Come with me to Tennessee ; lyric by 
Schuyler Greene, music by Otto 
Motzan, of U. S. [9748 

© July 7, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 387207; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 
Comedienne (La) ; by Lucius Hos- 
mer, of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. (Con- 
cert edition for orchestra, no. 503) 

[9749 
© June 14. 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388135; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 
Concertino ; komponiert von Henry 
Seiffert, of Germany, op. 23 ; violine 
mit begleitung des pianoforte. 

[9750 
© Oct. 15, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 381040 ; Johann Andre, Offenbach 
a. Main, Germany. 

CONNAUGHT RANGERS' MARCH ; by 

Pauline Mary St. Lawrance Burke, 
of Ireland ; piano. [9751 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 1 c. June 2, 1916 ; 
E 380561 ; Pigott & co., ltd., Dublin, 
Ireland. 



Coquette (La) ; danse de salon, by 
F. Booth, of England; pianoforte. 
London, Bayley & Ferguson. [9752 
© July 5, 1916 ; 1 c. July 19, 1916 ; 
E 381067; Frank Booth, Stockton 
Heath, Warrington, England. 

Corner (A) in the world; words and 
music by Robert Eden, of England ; 
no. 2 in D. [9753 

© July 26, 1916; 1 c. July 27, 
1916; E 381119; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 

Cortege nuptiale (Wedding proces- 
sion) ; by I. Barton, of U. S. ; organ. 

[9754 
© June 22, 1916; 2 c. June 24 
1916; E 388109; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Coryphee (La); air de ballet, by 
Lucius Hosmer, of U. S. ; orchestra. 
4to. (Concert ed. for orchestra, no. 
504 ) [9755 

© June 13, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383916; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Courier (The) boy's dream; words 
and music by W. C. Piatt, of U. S. 

[9756 
© June 24, 1916; 2 c. July 3, 
1916; E 387007; W. C. Piatt, Chi- 
cago. 

Cradle (A) song. See Ronald (Lan- 
clon) Four songs of innocence. 

Crossing the bar; words by Alfred 
Tennyson, music by A. Gerrish- 
Jones, of U. S. San Francisco, La 
Natividad music concern. [9757 

© June 5, 1916; 2 c. June 10, 
1916; E 386871; Abbie Gerrish- 
Jones, San Francisco. 

Csardas, no. 1 ; music by Danko Pista, 
of Hungary, arr. by John S. Zamec- 
nik, of Bohemia ; orch. 4to. [9758 

© June 3. 1916 ; 2 c. June 5, 1916 ; 
E 386757; Louis Rosenberg, Cleve- 
land. 

Dalibor ; fantasie aus der oper von 
Fr. Smetana, arr. von Hans Trnecek, 
of Austria, op. 75 ; harfe allein. 

[9759 

© Aug. 3, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 

' 1916; E 380865; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 

mermann, Leipzig. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 



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9760 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Dance in the twilight ; by Roger 
Quilter, of England, op. 16, no. 1; 
pianoforte. [9760 

© June 23, 1916; 1 c. July 14, 
1916; E 384702; G. Schirmer, ltd., 
London. 

Dance (The) of the fairies; by M. 
Paraclis-Lane, of U. S. ; pianoforte. 

[9761 
© June 15, 1916; 2 c. June 20, 
1916 ; E 383973 ; Maud Paradis-Lane, 
Winthrop, Mass. 

Danish country wedding ; by Emil 
Foss Christiani, of U. S. ; piano. 

[9762 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387112; Theo. Presser co. ? Phila- 
delphia. 

Danse gracieuse ; by A. Saint Amory, 
of France ; violin or cello and piano. 

[9763 
© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 384640; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Daybreak on the moor. See Silhou- 
ettes. 

Days (The) gone by ; words by James 
Whitcomb Riley, music by E. J. Cot- 
ton, of U. S., arr. by Barclay Walker, 
of U. S. [9764 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386898 ; Elizabeth J. Cotton, 
Indianapolis. 

Days (The) of long ago; words and 
music by W. S. McElroy, of U. S. 

[9765 
© 1 c. June 19, 1916; E 386752; 
Walter S. McElroy, New Haven. 

De sleepy shore ; words by Edith 
Sanford Tillotson, music by David 
Brooke, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[9766 
© June 22, 1916; 2 c. June 24, 
1916 ; E 388110 ; J. S. Fearis & bro., 
Chicago. 

Dear harvest moon ; words by W. 

Graf, music by E. S. S. Huntington. 

of U. S. [9767 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; E 387158 ; 

Walter Graf, Lakeland, Minn. 

Dear heart, with you ; words by 
Fred G. Bowles, music by Arthur 
Meale, of England ; no. 2 in E flat. 

[9768 
© June 1, 1916 ; 1 c. June 3, 1916 ; 
E 380569 ; Beal, Stuttard & co., Lon- 
don. 



Dear little girl across the street ; 
words and music by C. B. Root, of 
U. S., arr. by Romeo Suppaucich, 
of Italy, domiciled at San Francisco. 

[9769 
© 1 c. June 3, 1916; E 388151; 
Corydon Bee Root, San Francisco. 

Dear old daddy; words and music by 

W. A. Zimmerman, of U. S. [9770 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387262; 

W. A. Zimmerman, Santa Ana, Cal. 

Dear songs of long ago; words and 
music by E. A. von Leatzow, of U. 
S. Washington, D. C, Capital mu- 
sic co. [9771 
© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 18, 
1916 ; E 387380 ; Elizabeth Allen von 
Leatzow, Washington. 

Debutante (La) ; valse de salon, by 
Frank Booth, of England ; piano- 
forte. [9772 
© July 5, 1916 ; 1 c. July 19, 1916 ; 
E 381066 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Deep river ; old negro melody, arr. by 
H. T. Burleigh, of U. S. No. 1 in 
D flat. No. 2 in F. [9773, 9774 

© June 3, 1916 ; 2 c. each June 17, 
1916; E 386835, 386836; G. Ricordi 
& co., inc., New York. 

Dein gedenken. See Heymann-Rhein- 
eck (Carl) Fiinf lieder. 

Demonstration march ; by Geo. 
Rosenkrans, of U. S. ; band. * 4to. 

[9775 
© June 24. 1916; 2 c, June 22, 
1916 ; E 388035 ; J. W. Jenkins sons 
music co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Detroit town is a good old town ; 
words and music by T. R. Kew, of 
U. S., arr. by Harry P. Guy, of U. S. 

[9776 
© 1 c. June 21, 1916; E 387187; 
Thomas Roy Kew, Detroit. 

Deutsch fahnenlied. See Karg-Elert 
(Sigfricl) Sechs kriegslieder im 
volkston. 

Deutsch-osterreichisches bundes- 
lied ; ged. von Martin Boelitz, musik 
von Kamillo Horn, of Germany, 
werk 66, no. 1. (Kriegslieder 1915, 
no. 1) [9777 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381036; C. F. Kahnt nach- 
folger, Leipzig. 

Deutsche (Der) Michel. See Blied 
(F. J.) Fiinf vaterlandische lieder. 



642 



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no. 8, 1916 



979S 



Deutschen (Dee) jungwehr krieg- 
slied 1914; dichtung von Karl Pat- 
zold; musik von Fritz Lubrich, of 
Germany, op. 103; zweisingatiminen 
u. piano. 4to. (Deutsche lieder, 
neue folge, no. 8.) [9778 

© Mar. 27, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380878 ; C. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 
Deutschen (Dee) keiegslied 1914; 
ged. von Rudolf Herzog, musik von 
Heinrich Sauer, of Germany, op. 15, 
no. 1 ; gesang und piano. [9779 

© Sept. 23, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381055; Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne, am Rhein, Ger- 
many. 

mannerchor a cappella ; 

partitur. 4to. [9780 

© July 26. 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381019; Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne, Germany. 

Deutschen (Des) liedes macht ; ged. 
von. Reinhold Herfurth, music von 
Hans Sitt, of Germany, op. 125 ; 
mannerchor, partitur. 4to. [9781 
© Sept. 23, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381045; Gebruder Hug & 
co., Leipzig. 

Deutschland ; dichtung von einem 
arbeiter, musik von Heinrich Zoll- 
ner, of Germany, op. 135 ; f iir ein- 
stimmigen gesang, solo oder man- 
nerchor, mit begleitung des piano- 
forte. [9782 
© May 25, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380719 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

mannerchor ohne beg- 
leitung; partitur. 4to. [9783 
© June 10, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380737 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

Deutschland muss bestehn ; ged. 

von Will Vesper, musik von Wil- 

helm Meyer-Stolzenau, of Germany, 

op. 78; mannerchor partitur. 4to. 

(Aus grosser zeit, no. 1.) [9784 

© Aug. 10, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 

1916; E 380921; P. J. Tonger, 

Cologne a Rh. Germany. 
Deutschlands flottenlied. See 

Karg-Elert (Sigfried) Sechs kriegs- 

lieder im volkston. 
Dixie Land ; words by C. A. Fonerden, 

music by C. E. Coleman, of U. S. 

[9785 
© June 29, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 

1916; E 386996; C. A. Fonerden, 

Baltimore. 



Donizetti (Gaetano) 



Time of 



youth ; duet or two part chorus, 
words by Gertrude Knox Willis, mu- 
sic by G. Donizetti, arr. by Mrs. R. 
R. Formans, of U. S. 4to. (Part 
songs for women's voices no. 10836) 

[9786. 

© July 6, 1916; 2 c. July 6, 

1916; E 387075; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Don't cut down the maples ; words 
by C. M. Garden, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [978T 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387314 ; 
Charlotte M. Garden, Syracuse,. 
N. Y. 

Don't forget to look over my way ; 

words by W. A. Woodin, music bv 

R. A. Browne, of U. S. [9788 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916 ; E 386874 ; 

W. A. Woodin, Albany, Ga. 

Doefmusikdirektor (Der) ; (The vil- 
lage music-director) ; trio von Tem- 
pleton Strong, of Switzerland ; 2 vio- 
linen und viola; partitur. 4to. 

[978£ 
© Aug. 7, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 381057 ; Franz Jost, Leipzig. 

Down by the Old Cohansey ; taber- 
nacle song, words by C. Jerome 
Sheppard, music by W. L. Morse, of 
U. S., arr. by H. Arlington Hum- 
mer, of U. S. [9790 
© May 15, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386743; Willard L. Morse, 
Bridgeton, N. J. 

Down the Mississippi Valley, far 

away; words by L. Gilmore, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [9791 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387233 ; 

Lorenzo Gilmore, New York. 

Dragoner und husaren; text nach 
Alfr. Hnschke, musik von Kamillo 
Horn, of Germany, werk 66, no. 5 ; 
gesang und klavier. (Kriegslieder 
1915, no. 5) [9792 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381029; C. F. Kahnt nach- 
folger, Leipzig. 

Dream (A) ; by E. H. Frey, of U. S. ; 
violin and piano. (E. H. Freys edi- 
tion, no. 16) [9793 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386897; E. H. Frey, Okla- 
homa City, Okl. 



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9794 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Deeam gaeden ; reverie transcription, 
by F. W. Vandersloot, of U. S. ; 
piano. [9794 

© June 17, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386720; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Deeam mate; words and music by C. 
B. Root, of U. S.. arr. by Romeo 
Suppaucick, of Italy, domiciled at 
San Francisco. [9795 

© 1 c. June 3, 1916; E 388152; 
Corydon Bee Root, San Francisco. 

Deeams of attld lang syne ; words 

and music by Wm, E. Coleman, of 

U. S. [9796 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 386886; 

Triumph music co., Cincinnati. 

Deei chinesische gesange. See Braun- 
fels (Walter) 

Deei etuden. See Posse (Wilhelm) 

Deuben am wieseneand. See Haym 
(Hans) Sechs soldatenlieder. 

Drum (The) corps; military march, 
by Carl Wilhelm Kern, of U. S., op. 
280, no. 7; piano. (Eight short 
compositions, grade one, no. 7) 

[9797 
© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 8, 
1916; E 387216; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Dumme (Dee) August; operette in 3 
akten, text von Bruno Decker und 
Rob. Pohl, musik von Rud. Gfaller, 
of Germany ; vollstandiger klavier- 
auszug mit text. [9798 

© Oct. 26, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 380744; Otto Dietrich, 
Leipzig. 

Dutton (Theodoea) Idylle ; by 
Theodora Dutton, of U. S. ; violin 
and piano. (Two melodious pieces) 

[9799 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 18, 
1916; E 387385; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Dying (The) comeade; words and 
music by T. H. Olander, of U. S. 

[9800 
© 1 c. June 27, 1916; E 388145; 
T. Henry Olander, Norfolk, Va. 

'E nnammueate ; versi di L. Bovio, 
musica di F. Buongiovanni, of 
Italy ; canto e mandolino. 4to. (Le 
canzoni della Polyphon, no. 645.) 

[9801 
© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384371; Polyphon musik- 
werke a. — g., Leipzig. 



Echo (The) of the wae; military 
march, by G. De Caro, of Italy, 
domiciled at Springfield, Mass. 

[9802 

© 1 c. June 22, 1916; E 388149; 

Giovanni De Caro, Springfield, Mass. 

Echoes feom the South ; selection of 
plantation songs by John N. Klohr, 
of U. S. ; band. 4to. [9803 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 24, 
1916; E 388113; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Eia popeia. See Kronmyrth (L. Gun- 
ther v. ) 3 ernste lieder. 

Einsame (Die). See Braunfels (Wal- 
ter) Drei chinesische gesange. 

Eiseene (Das) keeuz. See Blied 
(F. Jos.) Funf vaterlandische 
lieder. 

Elegie; von Fritz von Bose, of Ger- 
many, op. 14, fur violoncell, mit 
klavierbegleitung. (Edition Breit- 
kopf, no. 4448) [9804 

© May 8, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380775 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Elinoe; intro. I was seeing Nellie 
home, music by George Spencer, of 
U. S. ; piano, words ad lib. [9805 
© July 6. 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387067; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Eloise, deae Eloise; words by S. I. 
Gastfield, music by E. S. S. Huting- 
ton, of U. S. [9806 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387130; 
Sarah I. Gastfield, Ridgefield Park, 
N. J. 

Elteenhaus (Das) ; original wiener 
lied, text und musik von Theodor 
Wottitz, of Austria, op. 240 ; gesang 
u. piano. [9807 

© May 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380757 ; J. Blaha, Vienna. 

Enamel (The) school, no. 2 ; by D. 
Mansfield, of U. S. ; Hawaiian guitar. 

[9808 
© June 17, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386732; Dudley Mansfield, 
New York. 

Eestee schnee; ged. von Christian 
Morgenstern, musik von Karl Bleyle, 
of Austria, op. 29, fur eine sing- 
stimme mit klavierbegl. (Vier 
lieder,. no. 2.) [9809 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 38077$ ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 



644 



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no. 8, 1916 



9825 



Eestes konzert in D moll. See Bach 
(J. S.) 

ES 1ST EIN BRUNNLEIN GEFLOSSEN ; lied 

ini volkston, text von August Naaf, 
musik von Konrad Ranirath, of Ger- 
many, op. 28, nr. 2 ; fur 4 st. manner- 
chor; partitur. [9810 

© Sept. 2, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380913; Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne a/Rh., Germany. 

See Auf griiner au. 

Evelina; intro. Dear Evelina, music 
by George Spencer, of U. S. ; piano, 
words ad lib. ' [9811 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387064; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Evening ; by J. H. Adams, of England ; 
pianoforte. (Swiss scenes, minia- 
ture suite, no. 4.) [9812 
© June 26 ,1916 ; 1 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 384615; Joseph H. Adams, Bir- 
mingham, England. 

■ (Abend) ; poem by N. Sulz- 
berger, English version by Th. Baker, 
music by Mana Zucca, of U. S., op. 
11, no. 2. (Two tone-poems, no. 2) 

[9813 
© June 28. 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 386980; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Every man has got to be a soldier ; 

words by E. E. McMillan, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [9814 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; E 387131 ; E. 

E. McMillan, Luverne, Minn. 

Everybody's crazy but me ; words by 
C. Bell, music by Carl Muehling 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher] of U. S. ; 
words and melody only. [9815 

© 1 c. July 29, 1916; E 387519; 
Carrie Bell, Johnson City, Tenn. 

Excelsior; vals de concierto, by R. 
Balseiro, of Porto Rico ; piano. San 
Juan, Jose Laza & co. [9816 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 386818; Rafael Balseiro, 
San Juan, Porto Rico. 

Exercises in voice building; by 

Horace R. Streeter, ed. by Isidore 

Martinez, of U. S. 4to. (Ditson 

ed., no. 302.) [9817 

© May 23, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383926; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 



Faithful and true; march by 0[scar] 
E. Christensen, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[9818 
© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 17, 
1916 ; E 388157 ; Cundy-Bettoney co., 
Boston. 

Falter (Der). See Gedichte. 

Fancy you fancying me; words and 
music by Bert Lee and R. P. Weston, 
of Great Britain. [9819 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384681; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Fang's ein, halt's fest. See Hey- 
mann-Rheineck (Carl) Fiinf lieder. 

F-a-t-h-e-r; words by Olaf Oug, mu- 
sic by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [9820 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387166; 
Olaf Oug, Portland, Me. 

Fays of the floating islands ; can- 
tata for three-part chorus of treble 
voices without solos, text and music 
by Paul Bliss, of U. S. Cincinnati, 
O., The Willis music company [1916] 
58 p. 4to. [9821 

© June 16, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. June 
22, 1916; A 433486; Willis music 
co., Cincinnati. 

Fearless and free ; march by Oscar E. 
Christensen, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[9822 
© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 17, 
1916 ; E 388156 ; Cundy-Bettoney co., 
Boston. 

Felicity; by Cecil G. Egg, of U. S. ; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[9823 
© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 
1916; E 386841; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Femmene belle; versi di A. Barbieri, 
musica di E. di Capua, of Italy, 
canto e mandolino. 4to. (Le can- 
zoni della Polyphon, no. 647.) [9824 
© Sept 8, 1914 ; 1 c. May 17, 1916 ; 
E 384377; Polyphon musikwerke a. 
g., Leipzig. 

Find me a corner in your heart ; 
words by Edward Warde, music by 
Russell More, of Great Britain. 

[9825 
© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384682; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 



58703—16 2 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Fire and sword; military march, by 
Percy Raymond, of England; piano. 

[9826 
© July 17, 1916; 1 c. July 18, 
1916; E 381063; Beal, Stuttard & 
co., London. 

Five easy duets for cello and piano. 
See Lagourgue (Charles) 

Flower of the Nile ; words by Doug- 
las Furber, music by A. Emmett 
Adams, of Great Britain. [9827 

© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384677; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Fltjmenenwunder (Das). See Karg- 
Elert (Sigfrid) Sechs kriegslieder 
im volkston. 

Follow the flag you love ; words by 
Wm. Jerome and Coleman Goetz, 
music by Archie Gottler, of U. S. 

[9828 
© July 3, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387017; Kalmar, Puck & Abra- 
hams cons, inc., New York. 

For the sake of the children ; words 
by D. Parsons, music by Carl Muehl- 
ing [pseud, of Ethel Fisher], of U. 
S. ; words and melody only. [9829 
© 1 c. July 29, 1916; E 387518; 
Delia Parsons, Lewistown, Mont. 

Forest echoes ; waltz by C. S. Morri- 
son, of U. S. ; pianoforte. [9830 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387117; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Four songs of innocence. See Ron- 
ald (Landon) 

Fourth year music ; [by] H. Dann, of 
U. S. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 
American book company [1916] 143 
p. 8vo. (Hollis Dann music course) 

[9831 
© July 17, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff . July 
20, 1916; A 433798; Hollis Dann, 
Ithaca, N. Y. 



Frech und froh. 
cyklus. 



See Goethe-lieder 



Freibeuter. See Goethe-lieder cyklus. 

Friede (Der) ; dichtung von Johannes 
Schlaf, musik von Gustav Lewin, 
of Germany ; mittlere singstimme 
mit klavierbegleitung. [9832 

© Aug. 2, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E , 381044 ; Gebruder Hug & co., 
Leipzig. 



Fruhlingssonnenschein ; ein hoch- 
zeitslied, text von Carl Salm, musik 
von Fritz Fleck, of Germany; aus- 
gabe fur mittlere stimme, mit 
klavierbegl. [9833 

© Sept. 25, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380919; P. J. Tonger, 
Cologne a./Rh., Germany. 

Fruhlingstag ; ged. von Hermann 
Hesse, musik von Karl Bleyle, of 
Austria, op. 29, fur eine mittlere 
singstimme mit klavierbegl. (Vier 
lieder, no. 3.) [9834 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380778 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Funf lieder. See Heymann-Rheineck 
(Carl) 

Funf vaterlandische lieder. See 
Blied (F. J.) 

Fur uns ; dichtung von Richard S., 
musik von Franz Michielsens, of 
Germany; eine tiefe stimme mit 
pianoforte. (Deutsche lieder, neue 
folge, no. 7) [9835 

© Mar. 27, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380876 ; C. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 

Full o' pep ; by P. Lucchetti, of Italy, 
domiciled at New York; piano. 

[9836 
© 1 c. July 3, 1916; E 387027; 
Peter Lucchetti, New York. 

Gaiety. See Silhouettes. 

Gang durch die nacht; ged. von 
Karl Henckel, musik von Fritz 
Fleck, of Germany ; ausgabe fur 
mittlere stimme, mit klavierbegl. 

[9837 
© Sept. 25, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380920; P. J. Tonger, 
Cologne a/Rh., Germany. 

Garden (The) of England; song in 
the Alhambra revue, The Bing boys 
are here, words by Clifford Grey, 
music by Ivor Novello, of England; 
no. 1 in E flat, and no. 2 in F. 

[9838 
© July 6, 1916; 1 c. each July 
6, 1916 ; E 380743 ; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Garden (The) of my heart; words 
by Jane Bliss Gillespy, music by 
Fanny Reed Hammond, of U. S. 

[9839 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916 ; E' 386942 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 



646 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8, 1916 



9855 



Garland of flowers ; an original 
service for Children's day, words by 
Elsie Duncan Yale, music by J. Lin- 
coln Hall, of U. S. 8vo. [9840 
© May 22, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 387196; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Gavotte; by Emil Kronke, of Ger- 
many, op. 115; piano. (Confetti, 
six short program pieces, no. 2.) 

[9841 
© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 384618; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Gebet der Elisabeth. See Wagner 
(Richard) 

Gebet fur den kaiser ; worte von 
Hans Vaterhaus, musik von Eugen 
Hildach, of Germany, op. 35 ; gesang 
u. klavier ; ausgabe fur mittlere 
stimme. [9842 

© May 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 381052 ; Heinrichshofen's verlag, 
Magdeburg, Germany. 

Gebet u. volk. See ,Karg-Elert ( Sig- 
frid) Sechs kriegslieder im volkston. 

Gedichte ; von Ernst Goll, musik von 
F. Haag, of Germany ; eine sings- 
timme und klavier, heft 2. Con- 
tents : — 1. Ein lied. — 2. Der falter. 
— 3. Sehnsuchtsland. — 1. Im wein- 
garten. — 5. Heimweg. [9843 

© Oct. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 381012; Friedrich Haag, Munich- 
Gauting, Germany. 

Geliebte (Die) des kriegers. See 
Braunfels (Walter) Drei chine- 
sische gesange. 

General Punston's march ; by Geo. 
Rosenkrans, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[9844 
© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 
1916 ; E 388032 ; J. W. Jenkins sons 
music co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Georgia (A) boy; one step or trot, 
words by William G. Brantley, mu- 
sic by Mamie Leaper Rylee, of U. S. 

[9845 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26. 
1916; E 386892; Mrs. E. S. Rylee, 
Athens, Ga. 

Gevald die mame ; song and dance, 
words and music by S. Mogulesko, 
of XL S., arr. by J. and J. Kammen, 
of U. S. [9846 

© May 30, 1916; 2 c. June 5, 
1916; E 388021; Saul Schenker, 
New York. 



Gila, galah, galoo ; words by Arthur 

Field, music by Walter Donovan, of 

U. S. 4to. [9847 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387251; 

Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Girl (The) from the West, I love 

best; words and music 'by F. West, 

of U. S. [9848 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387168; 

Frank West, Ft. Terry, N. Y. 

Girl (The) that went to school 
with me ; words by Wm. Challenger, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [9849 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387169; 
Wm. Challenger, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y. 

Girls I have met; words by Clifford 
Grey, music by Harold Montague, of 
Great Britain. [9850 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384660; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Girls (The) want a real man this 
year; words and music by P. 
Doherty, of U. S. [9851 

© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386726; Philip Doherty, 
Muskegon Heights, Mich. 

Give me ; song from Half-past 

eight, words by Paul A. Rubens & 
Percy Greenbank, music by Paul A. 
Rubens, of Great Britain. [9852 

© May 31, 1916; 1 c. June 7, 
1916 ; E 380580 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Give me the rose of your heart; 
words by Edward Lockton, music by 
Francis Adair, of England; in F. 

[9853 
© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 384626; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Glad golden days; Children's day 
service, words by C. Austin Miles, 
music by Adam Geibel, of U. S. 8vo. 

[9854 

© May 22, 1916; 2 c. July 8, 
1916 ; E 387203 ; Adam Geibel music 
co., Philadelphia. 

God has a blessing for you; words 
and music by C. B. Hopkins, of U. S. 
12mo. [9855 

© Feb. 6, 1913; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 386983; Charles H. Marsh, 
Los Angeles. 



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9856 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



God send you back to me; words by 
Douglas Furber, music by A. Em- 
mett Adams, of England ; in F. 

[9856 
© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 384632; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Goethe-liedee CYKLus ; komponiert 
von Adolf Liebeck, of Germany, op. 
6; klavier. Heft 3 und 4. Con- 
tents : — no. 9. Neue liebe, neues 
leben. — no. 10. Mignon. — no. 11. 
Wonne der wehmut. [9857 

© July 8, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381060: Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne, Germany. 

Heft. 5. Contents : — no. 12. 

Freeh und froh. — no. 13. Freibeuter. 
— no. 14. Blumengruss. [9858 

© Aug. 26, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381060; Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne, Germany. 

Golden sunset ; march and two step, 
composed by N. R. Smith, of U. S. 

[9859 
© July 8. 1916 ; 2 c. July 11, 1916 ; 
E 387220; Nelson R. Smith, Wind- 
sor, N. Y. 

Good bye, friends, I'm leaving ; words 

by F. L. Wright, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [9860 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387147; 

F. L. Wright, Fresno, Cal. 

Good-bye my deae old G. O. P. ; words 
by J. " Happy " Reed, music by L. 
A. Clark, of U. S. Weed, N. M., 
Occidental music pub. co. [9861 

© June 30, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387024 ; J. M. Reed, Weed, N. M. 

Good-bye my honey boy ; words and 
music by Raymond and Pullan, of 
U. S. Providence, R. I., Eclipse mu- 
sic co. [9862 
© July 1, 1916; 2 c. July 8, 
1916; E 387193; Raymond and Pul- 
lan, Providence, R. I. 

Good moen ; words by Agnes Lockhart 
Hughes, music by Hallett Gilberte, 
of U. S.; high voice. [9863 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387115; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Good-night, little tempter, good- 
night ; words by C. L. Smith, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[9864 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387140; 
C. L. Smith, Bloomington, 111. 



Good (The) ship Matrimony; words 
and music by Chas. W. Hatch, of U. 
S. Los Angeles, Hatch and Love- 
land. [9865 
© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 8, 
1916; E 387206; Leah P. Hatch, 
Los Angeles. 

Goossens (Eugene) Two sketches 
(Deux esquisses) ; by E. Goossens, of 
England, op. 15 ; string quartet ; 
miniature score. Contents. — 1. By 
the tarn.— 2. Jack o' lantern. [9866 
© July 10. 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384644; J. & W. Chester, 
London. 

Gott (Der) der eisen wachsen liess. 
See Kriegslied der deutschen. 

Gott der helfer ; ged. von Viktor von 
Strauss, musik von Franciscus Nag- 
ler, of Germany, op. 89; fur gemi- 
schten chor ; partitur. (Drei ernste 
gesange, insbesondere zum gebrauch 
bei Kreigsandachten, no. 2.) [9867 
© Sept. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381047; Gebruder Hug & 
co., Leipzig. 

Gott strafe England ; couplet, einlage 
der posse, Wenn nicht der Johann 
war, text von P. Rivalier, musik von 
Johannes Brandt, of Austria; ge- 
sang u. piano. [9868 

© Mar. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 381049 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 

Gounod (Charles Francois) ; March 
from Faust ; composed by C. Gounod, 
arr. by D. Krug, op. 196, no. 3, ed. 
by Karl Benker, of U. S. ; piano. 



© June 1, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383921; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

Governor Goethal's march ; by Geo. 
Rosenkrans, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[9870 

© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 
1916; E 388033; J. W. Jenkins sons 
music co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Grablegung (Die) Christi. See Pas- 
sionskanzone. 

Graded classics ; ed. by Orlando Mor- 
gan, of Great Britain ; piano. (Ash- 
down collection, nos. 137 and 138.) 
No. 1. Preliminary grade. No. 2. 
Lower elementary grade. 

[9871, 9872 

© June 6, 1916 ; 1 c. each June 8, 
1916 ; E 380575, 380576 ; Edwin Ash- 
down, ltd., London. 



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no. 8, 1916 



Gkieg (Edvaed Hagekup) Auf den 
bergen; humoreske, by E. Grieg, op. 
19, arr. by Einil Kronke, of Ger- 
many ; 2 pianos, 4 hands. [9873 
© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 384623; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement,] 

Hochzeitstag auf Troldhaugen ; 

by E. Grieg, op. 65, no. 6, arr. by 
Emil Kronke, of Germany ; 2 pianos, 
4 hands. [9874 

© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 384624; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Geoton school sing-song book. Bos- 
ton, Mass., The Boston music com- 
pany [1916] 2 p. 1. 142 p. 8vo. 

[9875 
© May 1, 1916 ; 2 c. May 6, 1916 ; 
aff . May 4, 1916 ; A 428874 ; Boston 
music co., Boston. 

Gypsy (The) giel; bolero, trio arr. by 
Alfred Moffat, of England ; women's 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 600.) 

[9876 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 

1916; E 381068; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Haag (Feiedeich) Zwei lieder fur 
das deutsche haus ; ged. von Ernst 
Goll, musik von F. Haag, of Ger- 
many ; eine singstimme und klavier. 
Contents : — 1. Sonnenwende. — 2. 
Serenade. [9877 

© Mar. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 381013; Friedrich Haag, Munich, 
Gauting, Germany. 

Handel (Geoeg Feiedeich) Largo; 
Gott in der Hoh, dichtung von Rob- 
ert Corwegh, musik von G. F. 
Handel, instrumentiert v. Felix 
Mottl, arr. mit klavierbegleitung von 
Bruno Dost, of Germany. [9878 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380774; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Half-past eight ; music by Paul A. 
Rubens, arr. by H. M. Higgs, of 
Great Britain; piano. 1. Valse. 2. 
Selection. [9879, 9880 

© May 31, 1916 ; 1 c. each June 7, 
1916 ; E 380578, 380579 ; Chappell & 
co., ltd., London. 



Half-past eight — Continued. 

selection, music by Paul A. Ru- 
bens, selected and arr. by H. M. 
Higgs, of Great Britain ; full orches- 
tra. (Chappell's orchestral selec- 
tions, no. 123.) [9881 
© July 3, 1916 ; 1 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 3S4616 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

valse, music by Paul A. Rubens, 

arr. by H. M. Higgs, of Great Brit- 
ain ; orchestra. 4to. (Chappell's 
orchestral journal, no. 743.) [9882 
© July 10, 1916; 1 c. July 14, 
1916 ; E 384695 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Haedi, les gars ; paroles et musique 

de H. Christine, of France; chant 

et piano. [9883 

© June 3, 1916; 1 c. June 15, 

1916 ; E 384464 ; Christine, Paris. 

Have a heaet ; from Ziegfeld follies, 
1916 ; words by Gene Buck, music by 
Jerome D. Kern, of U. S. [9884 

© June 21. 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 386824; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Hawaiian one-step oe teot ; by O. 

Yelle, of U. S., arr. by Fred Lus- 

comb, of U. S. ; piano. [9885 

© 1 c. June 15, 1916; E 387192; 

Omer Yelle, Letcher, S. D. 

Hawaiianola; Hawaiian dance, by 

Silvio Hein, of U. S. ; piano. [9886 

© July 7, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 

E 387208; T. B. Harms & Francis, 

Day & Hunter, New York. 

Haym (Hans) Sechs soldatenlieder ; 
text von Hugo Zuckermann, Heinr. 
Lersch, etc., musik von H. Haym, 
of Germany ; eine singstimme, mit 
klavierbegl. (Der soldatenlieder, 
viertes heft, 1915.) Contents. — 
Driiben am wiesenrand. — Lass mich 
gehn, mutter. — Schwert aus der 
scheide. — Soldaten abschied. — Anne- 
marie. — Marschliedchen. [9887 
© July 31, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 381054 ; B. Hartniann, Elber- 
feld, Germany. 

Haymaker's (The) roundelay; trio, 
music by Cuthbert Harris, of Eng- 
land ; women's voices. ( Octavo 
series, no. 668.) [9888 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 381069; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



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pt. Ill, n. S„ V. 11 



He thought he was a millionaire, 

THOUGH IT WAS BUT A DREAM J lyric 

by Gus Meins, music by L. S. Hol- 
land, of U. S. [9889 
© 1 c. July 3, 1916; E 387019; 
Les. Steward Holland, San Pedro, 
Cal. 

Hear, O Father ; ave Maria, by Arthur 
Traves Granfield, of U. S. ; voice and 
piano. [9890 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387107; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Heart of the Middle West ; words by 
Bessie V. Johnson, music by Frank 
Sherratt, of U. S., arr. by L. A. 
Clark, of U. S. [9891 

© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 3, 
1916; E 387023; Bessie V. Johnson, 
Burlington, la. 

Heigh-ho! summer has come; words 
of an old English song, music by 
Gottleib Federlein, of U. S. ; four- 
part song for women's voices. 4to. 

[9892 
© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388134; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Hell dir im siegerkranz; neue 
deutsche weise, musik von F. W. 
Francke, of Germany. 1. Ausgabe 
fur gemischten chor; partitur. 2. 
Fur schulchore, 3st. [9893,9894 

© Aug. 10, 1915; 1 c. each July 
15, 1916; E 380918, 381056; P. J. 
Tonger, Cologne, a/Rh. Germany. 

Heilige (Der) zorn; worte von Rein- 
hard Volker, musik von Fritz Fleck, 
of Germany ; ausgabe f iir mittlere 
stimme, und klavier. [9895 

© Aug. 10, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381023; P. J. Tonger, 
Cologne, a/Rh., Germany. 

Heimat, traut und suss ; walzer nach 
motiven der operette, Botschafterin 
Leni, musik von Leo Ascher, arr. 
von Martin Uhl, of Austria; salon- 
orchester. [9896 

© Mar. 20, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380890 ; Adolph Robitschek, 
Vienna. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Heimweg. See Gedichte. 

Her favorite him (hymn). See Song 
(The) 



Here's how to the U. S. A. ; army 
and navy song, words and melody 
by C. A. Reynolds, of U. S. ; arr. by 
Charles C. Bonner, of U. S. [9897 
© 1 c. June 30, 1916; E 386995; 
Chas. A. Reynolds, Roswell. N. M. 

Here's to the guy that was very, 
very shy; words by R. P. Craig, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [9898 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387318; 
Rowland P. Craig, Ranchvale, 
Canada. 

Here's to Uncle Sam ; words by E. A. 

Foster, music by G. H. Warner, of 

U. S. [9899 

© 1 c. July 3, 1916; E 387028; 

Grace H. Warner, Brookline, Mass. 

Hero and Leander ; suite by R. Gruen- 
wald, of U. S. ; op. 492, orchestra. 
4to. (Concert ed. for orchestra, no. 
502) Contents: 1. Morning; sun- 
rise.— 2. Noon.— 3. Night. [9900 
© June 13, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383915; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Heymann-Rheineck (Carl) Fiinf- 
. lieder ; text von Peter Cornelius u. 
E. Geibel, musik von Carl Heymann- 
Rheineck, of Germany, op. 26 ; drei- 
stimmigen frauenchor mit klavier. 
Contents : — 1. Dein gedenken.— 2. 
Velorenes gliick. — 3. Fang's ein, 
halt's fest. — 4. Mutterliebe. — 5. 
Meines herzens stummes grtissen. 

[9901 
© Apr. 24, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380887; J. Rieter-Bieder- 
mann, Leipzig. 

High school days ; words by G. M. 

Davis, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [9902 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387149; 

G. M. Davis, Greenville, Pa. 

Highlands (The) are calling; words 
by Helen Taylor, music by Ernest 
Newton, of England. [9903 

© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 384635; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Hilo; Hawaiian waltz, by James 
Reese Europe, of U. S. ; piano. 

[9904 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 
1916; E 387260; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 



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no. 8, 1916 



9922 



Hindenburg-marsch ; aus Wenn zwei 
hochzeit machen, musik von Walter 
Kollo, arr. von Otto Lindemann, of 
Germany, 1. Grosses orchester. 2. 
Salon-orchester. - [9905, 9906 

© Oct. 20, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 6, 
1916; E 380762, 380763; Drei 
masken-verlag, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

HlNDENBURG UND SEIN STAB. See 

Blied (F. Jos.) Fiinf vaterlandische 
lieder. 

Hochzeitstag AUF Troldhaugen. See 
Grieg (E. H.) 

Home again ; words by Edward Tes- 
chemacher, music by Dora H. 
Coombs, of England ; no. 1 in C. 

[9907 
© June 6, 1916 ; 1 c. June 7, 1916 ; 
E 380582; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Honey babies ; words by A. T. Yardley, 

music by T. Morris Longstreet, of 

U. S. [9908 

© 1 c. July 12, 1916; E 387382; 

Alice Turner Yardley, Baltimore. 

Honey-dear, say I am your pluto- 
crat; words by C. E. Gould, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [9909 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387155; 
C. E. Gould, Oakland, Calif. 

Honey, honey, it's not your money; 
words by Bert Lee, music by Max 
Darewski, of Great Britain. [9910 
© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384674; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Hong Kong; words by Richard W. 
Pascoe, music by Hans Von Hol- 
stein and Alma M. Sanders, of 13. S. 

[9911 
© June 23, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 386990; Buck arid Lowney, 
St. Louis. 

Honky tonk ; fox trot, by Pete Wend- 

ling, of U. S. ; piano. [9912 

© June 17, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 

1916; E 388022; Waterson, Berlin 

& Snyder co., New York. 

How do you do? words and music by 
J. Edgar Dowell, of U. S. Balti- 
more, Md., Maryland music pub. co. 

[9913 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387183 ; H. Federoff, Baltimore. 



How love came to me ; words by Fred. 
E. Weatherly, music by Leslie Elli- 
ott, of Great Britain; no. 1 in B 
flat [9914 

© July 11, 1916; 1 c. July 27, 
1916 ; E 381116 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. • 

Humoreske. See Tschaikowsky 

(P. I.) 
Hungarian dance; by S. Hamilton 
Nussbaum, of U. S. ; op. 15; piano. 

[9915 
© Apr. 21, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383918; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

■ by Theodora Dutton, of U. S. ; 

piano. [9916 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387108; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Hurry back to my bamboo shack; 
words and music by Irving Berlin, 
of U. S. [9917 

© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 387250 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Hurry up; galop, by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, of U. S., op. 280, no. 5 ; piano. 
(Eight short compositions, grade 
one, no. 5) [9918 

© July 10, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 387214; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Hyacinth waltz; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, of U. S., op. 280, no. 1 ; piano. 
(Eight short compositions, grade 
one, no. 1) [9919 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. Julv 8, 
1916; E 387210; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

I can't forget you, Mary; words by 
J. R. Shannon, music by M. L. Dap- 
pert, of U. S. [9920 
© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Julv 3, 1916 ; 
E 387009; Merlin L. Dappert, Tay- 
lorville, 111. 

I LEFT HER ON THE BEACH AT HONO- 
LULU ; from Ziegfeld follies, 1916, 
lyric by Gene Buck, music by Louis 
A. Hirsch, of U. S. [9921 

© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386911; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

I'll be with you in the spring time ; 

words and music by B. H. Carlson, 

of U. S. [9922 

© 1 c. July 3, 1916; E 387026; 

Bert H. Carlson, San Diego, Cal. 



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9923 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



I'll come back to Italy; words by 
Frank Wood, music by Renton Gard- 
ner, of Great Britain. [9923 
© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384672; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

I'll come back to you, when my 
fighting days aee theough ; words 
and music by F. O. Madden, arr. by 
Jules Brazil, of Great Britain. 

[9924 
© July 8, 1916; 1 c. July 11, 
1916; E 384687; Frank O. Madden, 
Toronto, Canada. 

I'll maeey no explobee ; words and 
music by Earl Carroll, of U. S. 

[9925 
© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 
1916; E 387252; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

I'll take youe heaet to Mexico, and 

LEAVE MY HEAET BEHIND ; WOrdS by 

Arthur J. Lamb, music by C. B. 
Brown, of U. S. [9926 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387020; Charles B. Brown, Chi- 
cago. 

I love him foe his money ; words and 

music by H. A. Kool, of Great 

Britain. [9927 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387137; 

H. A. Kool, Montreal, Canada. 

I love just you ; words and music by 

O. Wohrle, of U. S. [arr. by Bettie 

Von Hague, of U. S.] [9928 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 387186; 

Otto Wohrle, Chicago. 

I love sand ; one step, by Uriel Davis, 
arr. by J. L. von der Mehden, jr., of 
U. S. ; orch. with piano ace. 4to. 

[9929 
© June 24, 1916 ; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386924; G. Ricordi & co„ 
inc., New York. 

I love the Staes and Steipes ; words 
and music by H. J. Millington, of 
U. S. [9930 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386928 ; Herbert J. Milling- 
ton, Lawrence, Mass. 

I'm a captive to you, Miss Beoad- 

way; words by J. J. Eva, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [9931 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387232; 

John J. Eva, Johnstown, Pa. 



I'm a' going back to Dixie, the 
place where I was boen ; lyric and 
melody by Lew Shanks, of U. S. 

[9932 
© Apr. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. June 26, 1916 ; 
E 386916; Consolidated music co., 
St. Louis. 

I'm defaming, love, of you; words 
and music by A. W. Turner, of 
U. S. ; medium voice. [9933 

© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386738; Alva W. Turner, 
Champaign, 111. 

I'm foe Uncle Sam ; words by Tenny 

Smith, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [9934 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387326; 

Tenny Smith, Brooklyn. 

I'm going back to Maejoeie ; words by 

H. W. Bland, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [9935 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; E 387161 ; H. 

W. Bland, Commerce, Okl. 

I'm going to go to Mexico, to fight 
foe Uncle Sam ; words by Mrs. J. 
M. Anderson, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [9936 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387176; 
Mrs. J. M. Anderson, W^yndmere. 
N. D. 

I'm going wheee the giels aee so- 
cialists ; words by R. Fellows, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[9937 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387133; 
Roy Fellows, Norway, Mich. 

I'm peoud of you, laddie; words and 
music by J. J. McCowan, of U. S., 
arr. by Chris Praetorius, of U. S. 
New York, McCowan music pub. co. 

[9938 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 10, 1916 ; 
E 387209; John J. McCowan, New 
York. 

I'm so awful bashful; words by H. 
Grobe, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [9939 
© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387235; 
H. Grobe, Fredericksburg, Tex. 

I met someone; words by Hugh 
Wright, music by Paul A. Rubens, 
of Great Britain. [9940 

© July 10, 1916; 1 c. July 14, 
1916 ; E 584696 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 



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9957 



I need you; words and melody by M. 
Jackson, of U. S. [arr. by William 
Farrel] of U. S. ; song with violin 
ace. [9941 

© 1 c. July 3, 1916; E 387014; 
Mike Jackson, New York. 

I peay for light; words by Ed. 
Tescheniacher, music by W. L. Try- 
tel, of England. [9942 

© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 384630; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

I SAW SIX SHORT SOLDIERS SCRUBBING 

six short shirts ; words by T. Sul- 
livan, C. Collins and H. Darewski, 
music by Herman Darewski, of 
Great Britain. [9943 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384653; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

I've got the craze; words and music 

by S. D. Watts, of U. S. [9944 

© June 30, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 

1916; E 386888; Samuel D. Watts, 

Olds, Alberta, Canada. 

I've said good-bye to Broadway ; from 
Ziegfeld follies, 1916, words by Gene 
Buck, music by Dave Stamper, of 
U. S. [9945 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 386825; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

I've saved all my love for you ; from 
Ziegfeld follies, 1916, words by Gene 
Buck, music by Dave Stamper, of 
U. S. [9946 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 386826; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

I want that star ; from Ziegfeld 
follies, 1916, lyric by Geo. V. Ho- 
bart, music by Louis A. Hirsch, of 
U. S. [9947 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916 ; E 386993 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

I WANT TO BE A SOLDIER AND A HERO ; 

words bv Gil Sackerman, music by 
Nathan Paul, of U. S. [9948 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916 ; E 386869 ; 
Nathan M. Paul, New York. 

I want to go back to you; words by 

Thos. J. Shire, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [9949 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387303; 

Thos. J. Shire, Roxbury, Mass. 



I WILL STREW YOUR PATH WITH ROSES, 

not with thorns ; words by J. J. 
Eva, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[9950 
© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387230; 
John J. Eva., Johnstown, Pa. 

I WISH I HAD AN AUTOMOBILE ; WOl'dS 

by E. F. Hershberger, music by J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. [9951 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387310; 
Elmer F. Hershberger, Greentown, 
Ind. 

I WONDER WHAT MAKES ME LOVE YOU J 

words and music by M. Conroy, of 
U. S. [arr. by Wm. H. Nelson] of 
U. S. [9952 

© 1 c. July 5, 1916; E 387383; 
Martin Conroy, New York. 

I won't stop loving you, till you 
stop the world from turning; 
words by Beth Slater W T hitson, mu- 
sic by Betty Bellin, of U. S. [9953 
© June 23, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386932; Pace and Handy 
music co., Memphis, Tenn. 

I 'ZUND MIR LIEBER MEI GUT'S PFEIFERL 

an; original-couplet, text von Turl 
Wiener u. Franz Aicher, musik von 
R. V. Werau, of Austria, op. 420; 
gesang u. piano. [9954 

© June 15, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380754 ; Josef Blaha, Vienna. 

Ich ruf' zu der; ged. von Cornelius 
Becker, musik von Franciscus Nag- 
ler, of Germany, op. 89; gemischten 
chor ; partitur. 4to. ( Drei ernste 
gesange, insbesondere zum gebrauch 
bei kriegsandachten, no. 1.) [9955 
© Sept. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 381048 ; Gebriider Hug & co., 
Leipzig. 

Ich wart' auf dich ; worte und mu- 
sik von Erik Meyer-Helmund, of Ger- 
many, op. 167 ; eine singstimme mit 
klavierbegleitung ; original ausgabe 
in B flat. [9956 

© July 30, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380936; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. 

Idylle. See Saint Amory (A.) 

IF A BABY WOULD NEVER GROW OLDER ; 

words by Alfred Bryan, music by 

Harry Tierney, of U. S. [9957 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 386879; 

Jerome H. Remick & co., New York. 



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IF I GAVE YOU A KING, ON THE TELE- 
PHONE ; words and music by Tom 
Mellor and Leonard Cooke, of Great 
Britain. [9958 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384669; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

IF I HAD A LITTLE GIRL THAT I COULD 

love ; words by M. Blankstein, music 
by Frank Olbert, of Bohemia, domi- 
ciled at New York. [9959 
© 1 c. July 8, 1916; E 387248; 
Milton Blankstein, New York. 

If they meant everything that they 

said; words and music by M. C. 

Brown, of U. S. [9960 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387317; 

Mortimer C. Brown, Spearfish, S. D. 

If you cannot love me as a sweet- 
heart should; words by W. A. 
Leach, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [9961 

© 1 c. July 15. 1916; E 387308; 
W. A. Leach, Boonton, N. J. 

If you ever come back; words and 

music by A. Orpwood, of England, 

domiciled at Oakland, Cal. [9962 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387223; 

Ambrose Orpwood, Oakland, Cal. 

If you only knew ; words by Garry 
Barnes, music by Jack Keating, of 
U. S. [9963 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387219; K. and B. pub. co., New 
York. 

Im Gotteshaus. See Tragner (Rich- 
ard) Vier schlichte geistliche ge- 
sange. 

Im weingarten. See Gedichte. 

Immortal heroes ; funeral march, by 
Geo. Rosenkrans, of U. S. ; band. 
4to. [9964 

© June 24, 1916*; 2 c. June 22, 
1916; E 388034; J. W. Jenkins sons 
music co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Improvisation ; by Robert W. Manton, 

of U. S. ; piano. • [9965 

© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 

1916; E 386744; Boston music co., 

Boston. 

In Amalfi; serenade, by O. Thumser, 

of U. S. ; violin and piano. [9966 

© June 29, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 

E ^387016; Oswald Thumser, St. 

Louis. 



In blossom time ; waltzes, by Charles 

H. Sandler, of U. S. ; piano. [9967 

© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 

1916; E 386728; Sandler bros. pub. 

co., Toledo, O. 

In sunny Spain; words by Charles 
Wilmott, music by Herman Darew- 
ski, of Great Britain. [9968 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. June 12, 
1916; E 384675; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

In the golden dawn ; words by Joe 
McCarthy, music by Leo Edwards 
and Herman Timberg, of U. S. 



© June 20, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916 ; E 386755 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

In the light of the afterglow ; 
words by Percy Edgar, music by 
Henry E. Pether, of Great Britain. 

[9970 
© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384671; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

In the old porch swing; words by 

J. J. Eva, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [9971 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387231; 

John J. Eva, Johnstown, Pa. 

In the spinney. See Silhouettes. 

Indiana's my home; words and mu- 
sic by E. J. Cotton, of U. S. ; arr. 
by Barclay Walker, of U. S. 4to. 

[9972 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386900; Elizabeth J. Cot- 
ton, Indianapolis. 

Indianische fantasie (Indian fan- 
tasia) ; von Ferruccio Busoni, op. 
44, bearb. von Egon Petri, of Ger- 
many ; ausg. f ur zwei klaviere zu 
vier handen. (Edition Breitkopf 
4773) [9973 

© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380723 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement.] 

Infant joy. See Ronald (Landon) 
Four songs of innocence, no. 2. 

Inno alla patria; words and music 
by S. Tommasello, of U. S. Green- 
wich, Conn., The Cofone printing 
co. [9974 

© June 27, 1910; 2 c. June 11, 
1910; E 387226; Stanley Tom- 
masello, Brooklyn. 



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9992 



Institute and school gems ; by C. A. 
Dobson, of U. S. [California, Pa., 
Printed by California sentinel office] 
1916. cover-title, 65 p. 8vo. [9975 
© May 20. 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. June 
6, 1916; A 431698; Chas.A. Dobson, 
California, Pa. 

Intervention ; march, by R. W. Swift, 

of U. S. ; band. 4to. [9976 

© June 25, 1916; 2 c. July 5, 

1916; E 387008; Raymond Walter 

Swift, N. Amherst, Mass. 

Ireland must be heaven, for my 

MOTHER CAME FROM THERE; WOrdS 

and music by Joe McCarthy, How- 
ard Johnson and Fred Fischer, of 
U. S. [9977 

© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 
1916; E 387256; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

words by Joe McCarthy and How- 
ard Johnson, music and arrange- 
ment by Fred Fischer, of U. S. 

[9978 
© 1 c. June 21, 1916; E 386833; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Ireland, you are calling me; words 
by Ed Lockton, music by A. King- 
ston-Stewart, of England. [9979 
© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 384636; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Isle of my dreams ; words by E. S. 
Ravmond, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of XL S. [9980 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387124; 
Earle S. Raymond, Wilson, N. C. 

It's America first; words and music 
by G. G. Wright, of U. S., arr. by 
H. O. Wheeler, of U. S. [9981 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386893 ; G. Goodson Wright, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

It's easy but yet so hard^ words by 
M. A. Teter, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [9982 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387312; 
Mary A. Teter, Zuni, N. M. 

It's great to be a soldier; words by 

W. F. Eberle, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [9983 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387243; 

Wm. F. Eberle, Chicago. 

It's mother, yes, mother; words by 
G. S. List, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [9984 
© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 383977; 
Geo. S. List, Baltimore. 



It was but a dream. See He thought 
he was a millionaire, though it was 
but a dream. 

J'y pense; stimmungsbild, von Franz 

Drdla, of Austria, op. 134; violine 

u. piano. [9985 

© Oct. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 

E 380869 ; Universal edition, Leipzig. 

Jack o'lantern. See Goossens (Eu- 
gene) Two sketches, no. 2. 

Jan Mary. See Lagourgue (Charles) 
Five easy duets for cello and piano. 

Jan-Pierre. See Lagourgue (Charles) 
Five easy duets for cello and piano. 

Jane ; intro. When the bloom is on the 
rye, music by George Spencer, of 
U. S. ; piano, words ad lib. [9986 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387074; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Jehovah reigns in majesty ; anthem, 
words from 99th Psalm, music by 
George W. Chadwick, of U. S. ; 
men's voices with organ ace. 4to. 

[9987 
© June 8, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383920; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 
Jenkins' artistic orchestra folio; 
a collection of concert and sacred 
compositions. 17 pts. 4to. [9988 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386908 ; J. W. Jenkins' sons 
music co., Kansas City, Mo. 
Jesus, lover of my soul; words by 
Charles Wesley, music by A. C. Mus- 
tin, of U. S. ; high voice. Philadel- 
phia, Hall-Mack co. [9989 
© June 19, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916 ; E 386820 ; Agnes Curtiss Mus- 
tin, Philadelphia. 
Jesus our friend ; words by Dr. John 
H. Edwards, music by Fred D. 
Bloomfield, of U. S. 8vo. [9990 
© June 17, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916 ; E 386717 ; National paean mu- 
sic co., Buffalo. 
Jim Chandler's march ; by H. O. 
Wheeler, of U. S. ; band. 4to. [9991 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386907; H. O. Wheeler, 
Kansas City, Mo. 
John ; intro. W T hen Johnny comes 
marching home, music by George 
Spencer, of U. S. ; piano, words ad 
lib. [9992 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387066 ; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



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Johnnie Canuck is maeching ; words 
by Mrs. W. M. Cuthbert, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of IT. S. 

[9993 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387164; 
Mrs. W. M. Cuthbert, Winnipeg, 
Canada. 

Jollier (The) ; march, by Nick 
Brown, arr. by Mackie-Beyer, of U. 
S. ; military band. 4to. (20th 
century journal, no. 1438) [9994 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 
1916 ; E 388028 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 

Joy-laden hours ; Children's day 
service, -words by Grace Gordon, mu- 
sic by Clarence Kohlmann, of U. S. 
8vo. [9995 

© May 22, 1916; 2 c. July 8, 
1916; E 387197; Adam Geibel mu- 
sic co., Philadelphia. 

Joy-land ; one-step on melodies from 
the revue Joy-land, by Herman 
Darewski, of Great Britain; piano. 

[9996 
© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384664; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Joyous movements ; waltz, by M. S. 

Burkhardt, of U. S. ; piano. [9997 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 386913; 

Marguerite Schutz Burkhardt, Mead- 

ville, Pa. 

Juanita; intro. Juanita, music by 
George Spencer, of U. S. ; piano, 
words ad lib. [9998 

© July 6, 1916 : 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387070; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

JtJNGLING (ElN) DENKT AN DIE GE- 

liebte. See Braunfels (Walter) 
Drei chinesische gesange. 

Junge ( Das ) geschwisterpaar 
(Brother and sister) ; die schonsten 
opernmelodien, volks-u. andere 
lieder, etc., arr. von Ernst David 
Wagner ; neue bearbeitung, von Bud. 
Schotten, of Germany, fur klavier 
zu vier handen, mit bezeichnung des 
flngersatzes u. ohne oktavenspan- 
nung. bd. 1, nos. 1-20 and bd. 2, 
nos. 21-40. [9999 

© Aug. 16, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380903; P. J. Tonger, 
Cologne a/Rh,. Germany. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 



Juniper & Jupiter ; fox trot, by T. 

Anderson, of U. S., arr. by W. K. 

Whiting, of U. S. ; piano. [10000 

© 1 c. June 19, 1916; E 386751; 

Tideman Anderson, Kindred, N. D. 

Juon (Paul) Ballade; von P. Juon, 
of Germany, op. 64, no. 1; violine 
und piano. (Acht violinstucke, 
no. 1) [10001 

© Oct. 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380925 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 

Melodie; von P. Juon, of Ger- 
many, op. 64 ; violine und pianobegl. 
(Acht violinstticke, no. 4.) [10002 

© Oct. 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380928 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 

Tanz ; von P. Juon, of Germany, 

op. 65. (Vier klavierstiick no. 4.) 

[10003 
© Oct. 15, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380937 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig. 

Trio; von P. Juon, of Germany, 

op. 60; klavier, violine und violon- 
cello. [10004 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380938; Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig. 

Just a bonnie bit of heaven ; lyrics 
by W. H. Martin, music by C. Syd- 
ney, of U. S. Philadelphia, M. D. 
Swisher. [10005 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 
1916; E 387377; Christine Sydney, 
Philadelphia. 

Just my mother ; words by G. J. Cha- 
loner, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [10006 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387151; 
Gilbert J. Chaloner, Dorchester, 
Mass. 

Just you and I ; words by H. C. Nor- 
man, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[10007 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; E 387175 ; H. 
C. Norman, Indianapolis. 

Kaiserin (Der) will tanzen ; walzer 
nach motiven des operetten-idylles, 
Auf befehl der Kaiserin, musik v. 
Bruno Granichstaedten, arr. v. 
Martin Uhl, of Austria ; orchester. 
4to. [10008 

© Oct. 16, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381032; W. Karczag, 
Vienna. ' [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 



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10023 



Kaiserin (Der) will tanzen — Contd. 

salonorchester. [10009 

© May 7, 1915; 1 c. July 15. 
1916: E 381031; W. Karczag, 
Vienna. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement. ] 

Kaisers (Des) letjt' ; ged. von Julius 
Gersdorf, musik von August Thelen, 
of Germany, op. 65 ; vierstimmig 
niannerchor ; partitur. 4to. (Aus 
grosser zeit, no. 8.) [10010 

© Oct. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6. 1916 ; 
E 380741; P. J. Tonger, Cologne 
a/Rh. Germany. 

Kampf und friede; kantate, nach 
worten aus der Offenbarung des 
Johannes, musik von Otto Taub- 
mann, of Germany, op. 27; gemi- 
schten chor, eine mittlere sing- 
stimme mit orchester und orgel ; 
ausabe fur Klavierauszug mit text. 
Vocal score. [10011 

© Oct. 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380932; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. 

Karg-Elert (Sigfrid) Sechs kriegs- 
lieder im volkston; strophenform 
aus volksstimme u. gottesstimme, 
text von Richard Dehmel, musik 
von Sigfrid Karg-Elert, of Germany, 
op. Ill ; fur eine singstimme mit 
klavierbegl. Contents : — Gebet u. 
volk. — Von feld gu feld. — Lied au 
alle. — Flumenenwunder ( Das ) . — 
Deutschlands flottenlied; u. Deutsch 
fahnenlied. [10012 

© May 10. 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380768 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

Kathleen ; intro. Kathleen Mavour- 
neen, music by George Spencer, of 
U. S. ; piano, words ad lib. [10013 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387062; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Keep a good place at the front. See 
They are coming, Mother Country. 

Kindes (Des) sehnsucht ; text und 
musik von Heinr. Bungart, of Ger- 
many, op. 106, no. 2 ; ausgabe fur 
niannerchor ; partitur. 4to. [10014 
© Oct. 15. 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380916; P. J. Tonger, 
Cologne a/Rh., Germany. 

bearb, von Aug. Haseneier, 

of Germany ; eine mittlere sing- 
stimme, mit klavierbegl. [10015 
© Sept. 25, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380917; P. J. Tonger, Co- 
logne a/Rh. Germany. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 



King's praise ; a book of high-class 
gospel songs, ed. and comp. by M. D. 
Ussery, S. W. Jones, of U. S. Abi- 
lene. Tex., The Inter-state music co. 
[1916] [146] p. 12mo. [10016 

© April 27, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
May 10, 1916; A 428938; Ussery & 
Jones, Abilene, Tex. 

King's (The) victory songs; by G. 

B. Williams, of U. S. 12mo. [10017 

© Mar. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. July 

3, 1916 ; A 434815 ; G. B. Williams, 

Empire, Ga. 

Klassisches vortrags — album (Al- 
bum of classical compositions) ; her- 
ausgegeben von Paul Klengel, of 
Germany, fiir violoncell und piano, 
bd. 1, 2. (Edition Breitkopf, no. 
4831,4832). [10018,10019 

© Sept. 14, 1915; 1 c. each July 
6, 1916 ; E 380731, 380732 ; Breitkopf 
& Hartel, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new arrangement.] 

Klavierwerke. See Bach (J. S.) 

Klein Irla. See Kronmyrth (L. Gun- 
ther v.) 3 ernste lieder. 

Knight (The) and the nuns; by 
Theodora Dutton, of U. S. ; piano. 
( Three characteristic pieces ) [ 10020 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 3S7114; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Koort (Olga) 12 lieder zur laute ; 
text von Rud. Presber, Else Krafft 
etc., gesetzt v. Olga Koort, of Ger- 
many, nos. 1-5 a. Eigene kompo- 
sitionen. nos. 6-12 b. bearbeit- 
ungen, in 1 heft. [10021 

© July 5. 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380922; P. J. Tonger, Cologne, 
A/Rh., Germany. 

Kriegerlos ; ballade von Heinrich 
Lersch, musik von Willi. Maase, of 
Germany, op. 35, fiir eine singstimme 
mit begleitung des pianoforte; mit- 
tel. [10022 

© Apr. 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380882 ; C. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 

Kriegers sehnsucht nach der 
heimat ; salonstiick von Hermann 
Wenzel, of Germany, op. 501; 
klavier. [10023 

© Apr. 20, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380889 ; Fr. Portius, Leipzig. 



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Keiegslied dek deutschen ; der Gott, 
der eisen wachsen liess, text von E. 
M. Arndt, musik von Otto Dorn, of 
Germany, arr. von August von Othe- 
graven, of Germany, fur 4 st. man- 
nerchor. [10024 

© July 26, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
. 1916; E 380912; Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne a/Rh., Germany. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Keonke (Emil) Waltz ; by E. Kronke, 
of Germany, op. 115; piano. (Con- 
fetti, six short program pieces, no. 
4.) [10025 

© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 384620; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Keonmyeth (L. Gunthee v.) Zehn 
lieder im volkston, zur laute; ge- 
dichtet und komponiert von L. 
Giinther v. Kronmyrth, of Austria ; 
gesang mit laute und mit unter- 
legter klavierbegleitung. nos. 1-10. 

[10026 
© Aug. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381016; Schuberthaus-ver- 
lag, Vienna. 

■ 3 ernste lieder ; text u. musik von 

L. Giinther, v. Kronmyrth, of Aus- 
tria, op. 6; fur mittlere stimme mit 
klavierbegleitung. Contents : — 1. 
Eia popeia. — 2. Vision. — 3. Klein 
Irla. [10027 

© Aug. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381014; Schuberthaus-ver- 
lag, Vienna. 

Kuu aina (Fair is the land) ; words 
from the Hawaiian, music by Dor- 
othy Fyfe, of U. S. [10028 
© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 
1916; E 387254; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Lady of the lagoon ; part song, from 
the Chinese Shih-King odes of Ch'in 
tr. by L. Cranmer Byng, music by 
Granville Bantock, of England; 
men's voices. 4to. [10029 

© May 24, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383919; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Landlee; von Paul Juon, of Ger- 
many, op. 64; violine unci pianobegl, 
(Acht violinstucke, no. 5.) 

[10030 

© Oct. 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380929; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. 



Lagouegue (Charles) Five easy duets 
for cello and piano; by C. La- 
gourgue, of France, domiciled at 
Seattle. Contents : Andree. — Jan- 
Pierre. — Jan Mary. — Claude. — Miq- 
uette. [10031 

© 1 c. June 19, 1916; E 387188; 
Charles Lagourgue, Seattle. 

Lamb (The). See Ronald (Landon) 
Four songs of innocence, no. 1. 

Landsttjem (Dee) kommt ; ged. von 
Max Bewer, musik von Fr. Mayer- 
hoff, of Germany, eine singstimme 
mit pianoforte. (Deutsche lieder, 
neue folge, no. 9) [10032 

© Apr. 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380872 ; C. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 

Landwehemann's abschied; ged. von 
Luclwig Thoma, musik von Eugen 
Hildach, of Germany, op. 34, no. 2; 
ausgabe fur tiefere stimme, mit 
begl, des pianoforte. [10033 

© Apr. 7, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 381053; Heinrichshofen's verlag, 
Magdeburg, Germany. 

Laego. See Handel (G. F.) 

Lass mich gehn, muttee. See Haym 
(Hans) Sechs soldatenlieder. 

Lee (The) family; words by Alex. 
Rogers, music by W. H. Vodery, of 
U.S. [10034 

© 1 c. June 21, 1916; E 386832; 
Alex. Rogers and Will H. Vodery, 
Brooklyn. 

Legende; quartett, von Templeton 

Strong, of Switzerland; vier homer 

in F ; partitur. und stimmen. [10035 

© June 1, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 

1915 ; E 381058 ; Franz Jost, Leipzig. 

von Karl Bleyle, of Germany, op. 

28; grosses orchester; partitur, 
(Breitkopf & Hartel partitur-biblio- 
thek, 2435.) [10036 

© Oct. 15, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380728 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Leichte stucke. See Wagner (Rich- 
ard) 

Let's all haemonize; words and 
music by Andrew N. Allen, of Great 
Britain. [10037 

© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384670; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 



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no. 8, 1916 



10053 



Letzte (Deb) mann; dichtung von 
Carl Marx, melodramatische musik- 
bearbeitung von Jul. Jehring, of 
Germany ; op. 166 ; text mit har- 
monium oder klavier. [10038 
© Sept. 1, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380885; Gustav Richter, 
Leipzig. 

Liberty (The) bell is ringing; words 
and music by D. Boudeman, of U. S. 
Kalamazoo, Mich., Boudeman music 
co. [10039 

© June 6, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386748; Dallas Boudeman, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Liebes-standchen ( Serenade 
d'amour) ; von Paul Wiggert, of 
Germany, op. 7, no. I; cornet & pis- 
tons mit piano. [10040 
© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380905; Johann Andre, 
Offenbach a Main, Germany. 

Liebestraum ; f antasie von Geza graf 
Zichy, bearbeitet v. Jeno Hubay, of 
Austria ; violine mit klavierbegl. 

[10041 

© April 16, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 

1916; E 380894; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 

mermann, Leipzig. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Liebeswalzer. See Brahms (Jo- 
hannes). 

Lied (Ein). See Gedichte. 

Lied atj alle. See Karg-Elert (Sig- 
frid) Sechs kriegslieder im volk- 
ston. 

Lied (Das) vom Hindenburg; ein 
soldatenlied, ged. von A. de Nora, 
musik von M. Reichert, of Ger- 
many. (Deutsche Heeler, no. 10.) 

[10042 
© May 12, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380873 ; C. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 

Light (The) at eventide; anthem, 
words by C. Wordsworth, music by 
Harvey B. Gaul, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices with organ ace. 4to. [10043 
© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388140; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Light (The) of the sunset glow; 
song adapted from Easthope Mar- 
tin's Evensong, words by Ursula 
Curzon, music arr. by Leslie Taylor, 
of Great Britain; no. 1 in E flat. 

[10044 
© Mar. 18, 1916; 1 c. June 3, 
1916 ; E 380562 ; Weekes & co., Lon- 
don. 



Lila; gavotte by W. K. Whiting, of 

U. S. ; orch. [10045 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 17, 

1916 ; E 388159 ; Cundy-Bettoney co., 

Boston. 

Listen here all ye spooners ; words 
by T. M. Thompson, music by R. A. 
Browne, of U. S. [10046 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 386875; 
Thos. M. Thompson, Karluk, Sask., 
Canada. 

Little (The) dauphin; characteristic 
piece by Marie Crosby, of U. S. op. 
45, no. 1 ; piano. (A day in the 
park, no. 1) [10047 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387113; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Little (A) Dutch heaven for two; 
Anna, my Anna, words and music 
by A. J. Mills, Maurice Scott and 
Fred Godfrey, of England. [10048 
© July 17, 1916; 1 c. July 18, 
1916 ; E 381062 ; Star music pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Little (The) red apple tree; words 
by James Whitcomb Riley, music 
by E. J. Cotton, of U. S., arr. by 
Barclay Walker, of U. S. [10049 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386899 ; Elizabeth J. Cotton, 
Indianapolis. 

Little (A) while; words and music 
by J. W. Van De Venter, of U. S. 
8vo. [10050 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387178; J. W. Van De Venter, 
Winona Lake, Ind. 

Lonely; words and music by Lenna 

Barth, of U. S. [10051 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 

1916 ; E 386967 ; Kunkel bros. music 

co., St. Louis. 

Lords and ladies ; minuet, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern, of U. S., op. 280, 
no. 3 ; piano. ( Eight short compo- 
sitions, grade one, no. 3). [10052 
© July 10, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 387212; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Lost love o' mine; ballad, words by 
Percy Edgar, music by Brenda 
Gayne, of Great Britain; no. 1 in 
A flat. [10053 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384685; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 



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Love and war ; words by Adrian Ross, 
music by Paul A. Rubens, of Great 
Britain. [10054 

© July 10, 1916; 1 c. July 14, 
1916 ; E 384697 ; Chappell & co. ltd., 
London. 

Love bells ; intermezzo, by Francis 
Dorel, arr. by Percy E. Fletcher, of 
Great Britain ; orch. with piano-con- 
ductor. (Boosey's orchestral jour- 
nal, no. 179.) [10055 
© July 6, 1916 ; 1 c. July 27, 1916 ; 
E 381115; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Love days ; words by Tell Taylor and 
Eddie Cavanaugh, music by Bob 
Allan, of U. S. [10056 

© June 15, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386723; Tell Taylor, Chi- 
cago. 

Love divine ; anthem, by Chas. Wesley, 
music by William Reed, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices with organ ace. 4to. 

[10057 
© June 19, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388136; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Love song; words and music by F. H. 
Shutts, of U. S. Chicago, 111., Siegel- 
Myers. [10058 

© June 14, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386742; Fred H. Shutts, 
W T oodston, Kan. 

Love (A) story ; words by C. E. Gould, 
music bv J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[10059 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387156; 
C. E. Gould, Oakland, Cal. 

Lovely Lucerne; barcarolle by J. H. 
Adams, of England ; pianoforte. 
(Swiss scenes, miniature suite, no. 
2.) [10060 

© June 26, 1916; 1 c. June 7, 
1916; E 384613; Joseph H. Adams, 
Birmingham, England. 

Lovely Mary Donnelly; words by 
William Allingham, music by G. 
Molyneux Palmer, of Ireland. 

[10061 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 1 c. June 2, 
1916; E 380559; Pigott & co., ltd., 
Dublin, Ireland. 

Lover's debut ; words and music by J. 

Schmidt, of U. S. [10062 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 

1916; E 387222; Julius Schmidt, 

New York. 



Love's reward; words and music by 

A. L. Ingham, of U. S. Baldwins- 
ville, N. Y., Cold Springs pub. co. 

[10063 
© June 7, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 388117; Arline L. Ingham, 
Baldwinsville, N. Y. 

Lullabye ; words by B. Jackson, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[10064 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387322; 
Bertha Jackson, San Francisco. 

Maiden America ; march and two-step, 
by Lee Orean Smith, of U. S. ; orch. 
4to. (Feist eel., no. 732) [10065 

© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386922 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Mammy's little Carolina coons, 
words by R. C. Young, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[10066 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387163; 
R. C. Young, Yellow Springs, O. 

Manual of Catholic hymns for 
schools, choirs, and congrega- 
TIONAL singing; comp. and arr. by 

B. Dieringer and Jos. J. Pierron, of 
U. S. New York, Cincinnati [etc.] 
Benziger brothers, 1916. 178 p. 
12mo. [10067 

© May 29, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
June 5, 1916; A 431361; Benziger 
bros., New York. 

Manual songster; a collection of 
songs by teachers, alumni and stu- 
dents, comp. and ed. by Julia f . 
Cotter, Gladys C. Simmons, of U. S. 
[Brooklyn, N. Y.] Printed by Man- 
ual training high school press, 1916. 
[32] p. 8vo. [10068 

© June 30, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 
3, 1916; A 433934; General organi- 
zation, Manual training high school, 
Brooklyn. 

March from Faust. See Gounod 
(C. F.) 

March of Old Glory; music by J. B. 
Hogan, of U. S., and Edward E. 
Menges, arr. by E. E. Menges ; piano 
solo. St. Louis, Thurles pub. co. 

[10069 

© June 30, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387025; J. Bernhard Hogan, St. 
Louis. 
Marche de nuit. See Chappell's 
army journal, no. 434. 



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10089 



Maegaeet ; intro. The low-backed car, 
music by George Spencer, of U. S. ; 
piano, words ad lib. [10070 

© July 6. 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387072; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Maegueeite ; waltz by William E. 
Haesche, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 

[10071 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387120; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Maeia (Dee) gebuet ; aus Des knaben 
wunderhorn, musik von Otto Taub- 
mann, of Germany, op. 25; manner- 
chor a cappella ; partitur. (Vier 
alte deutsche lieder, no. 2.) [10072 
© July 30, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380930; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. [Copyright is 
claimed on mannerchor a cappella.] 

Maeschieeen. *See Brahms (Johannes) 
Maeschliedchen. See Haym (Hans) 

Sechs soldatenlieder. 
Maey Anna of old Indiana ; words by 

Beatrice L. Stanaback, music by J. 

E. Andino, of U. S. [10073 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387323; 

Beatrice L. Stanaback, Alpena, Mich. 
Maeyland, my Maeyland ; by N. Nor- 

rito, arr. by H. J. Crosby, of U. S. ; 

clarinet solo and piano, with orch. 

ace. [10074 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 17, 

1916 ; E 388158 ; Cundy-Bettoney co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement]. 
Masonic hymnal; comp. by F. C. 

Schmuck, of U. S. [New York, N. 

Y., Printed by the Knickerbocker 

press] 1916. [34] p. 12mo. $0.50. 

[10075 
© May 6, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. June 

19, 1916 ; A 433537 ; J. Carl Schmuck, 

Lawrence, N. Y. 
May ; Italian serenade no. 5 from The 

months, by Frederic H. Cowen, of 

England. 1. Violino primo. 2. Vio- 

lino secondo. 3. Viola. 4. Violon- 
cello. 5. Basso. [10076-10080 
© July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 

E 380805-380809 ; Novello & co., ltd., 

London. 
May qlteen ; waltz, by R. Gruenwald, 

of U. S., op. 508; orchestra. 4to. 

(Standard ed. for orchestra, no. 

431) [10081 

© June 12, 1916; 2 c. June 16. 

1916; E 383922; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 



Mazueka; von Jean Sibelius, op. 34, 
rev. von. A. Kleinecke of Germany ; 
klavier. (Kleine stiicke, no. 3.) 

[10082 
© July 7, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380783 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision.] 

Mein liebeslied ; ged. von Else Lasker- 
Schuler, musik von Karl Bleyle, of 
Austria, op. 29; fur eine mittlere 
singstimme mit klavierbegl. (Vier 
lieder, no. 4.) [10083 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380777 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Mein eosslein ; ged. von Friedrich 
Jaksch, musik von Kamillo Horn, of 
Germany, werk 66, no. 4 ; gesang und 
klavier. (Kriegslieder, 1915, no. 4) 

[10084 
© Nov. 25, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381034; C. F. Kahnt nach- 
folger, Leipzig. 

MEINES HEEZENS STTJMMES GBTJSSEN. 

See Heymann - Rheineck (Carl) 
Ftinf lieder. 

Melodie. See Juon (Paul) 

Melodie enchantee; by Harold Jen- 

ner, of Great Britain; violin and 

pianoforte. [10085 

© July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 11, 1916 ; 

E 384689; Shaftesbury music co., 

London. 

Melody maech ; by Cecil G. Egg, of 
U. S. ; piano. Boston, Evans music 
co. [10086 

© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 386839; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Melody waltz in D flat ; by F. Crow- 
son, of U. S. ; piano. [10087 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386896 ; Fred Crowson, Na- 
borton, La. 

Memoeies ; verses by Homer F. Kel- 
lems, music by C. Blanchard Smith, 
of U. S. v. 1. 4to. [10088 

© June 30, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387021; Kellems-Smith co., San 
Francisco. 

Mensch (Dee) fangt beim soldaten 
an ; marsch aus der operette, Die 
Oder keine, musik von Edm. Eysler, 
arr. v. Martin Uhl, of Austria ; salon 
orchester mit klavier - kondukteur. 
4to. [10089 

© Oct. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380749; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky ) , Leipzig. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement. 1 



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Merry (A) chase; galop, by Carl Wil- 
helm Kern, of U. S., op. 280, no. 8 ; 
piano. (Eight short compositions, 
grade one, no. 8) [10090 

© July 10, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 387217; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Merry (A) party; by Nathan Sacks, 
of U. S. ; piano. [10091 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387119; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Message (The) ; part song, words by 
Adelaide Anne Procter, music by 
Bruno Huhn, of U. S. ; women's 
voices, with piano and organ ace. 
ad lib. (8 vo. choruses, no. 6548.) 

[10092 
© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386719; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

'Mid the roses ; words and music by 
W. A. Cummings, of U. S. [10093 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387174; 
W. A. Cummings, Nashua, N. H. 

Mignon. See Goethe-lieder cyklus. 

Militarmarsch ; von Hugo Kaun, of 
Germany, op. 101 ; orchester-partitur. 
(Deutsche marsche, no. 1.) [10094 
© Aug. 11, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380904 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 

Minuet nuptiale ; by Edwin H. Le- 
mare, of England, op. 103. 4to. 1. 
Piano-conductor. 2. 1st violin. 3. 
2nd violin. 4. Viola. 5. Cello & 
bass. [10095-10099 

© July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 8, 
1916; E 380794-380798; Novello & 
co., ltd., London. 

Miquette. See Lagourgue (Charles) 
Five easy duets for cello and piano. 

Misery ; words and music by D. Jack- 
son, of U. S. [10100 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387122; 
Donald Jackson, Providence, R. I. 

Mississippi Maymi ; words by Bob La 
Salle, music by R. Reeves, of U. S. 

[10101 
© 1 c. June 21, 1916; E 386821; 
Richard Reeves, Philadelphia. 

Molly Magee ; words by G. M. James, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [10102 

© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 383980; 

Geo. M. James,. Chicago, 111. 



Mona Lisa; oper in zwei akten, dich- 
tung von Beatrice Dovsky (al: 
Beatrice Vay), musik von Max 
Schillings, op. 31; klavierauszug 
arr. von Heinz Ludwig, of Ger- 
many ; klavierauszug mit text. 

[10103 
© Dec. 31, 1914 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380739 ; Drei Masken verlag, g. m. 
b. h., Munich, Germany. 

Morning (Morgen) ; poem by Nathan 
Sultzberger, English version by 
Harold Flammer, music by Mana 
Zucca, op. 11, no. 1. (Two tone- 
poems, no. 1) [10104 
© June 28, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 386981; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Morning; sunrise. See Hero and 
Leander. 

Morning in the Alps ; by J. H. Adams, 
of England ; pianoforte. ( Swiss 

scenes, miniature suite, no. 1.) 

[10105 
© June 26, 1916 ; 1 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 384612; Joseph H. Adams, Bir- 
mingham, England. 

Morning star ; song on melodies from 
the intermezzo, Dreams of ragtime, 
words by R. P. Weston, music by 
T. W. Thurban, of Great Britain. 

[10106 
© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384652; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Mother and home ; words by R. Hall, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [10107 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387327; 

Robert Hall, Dawson, Canada. 

Mother of perpetual help ; words by 
Sister M. Amadeus, music by N. 
Lahiff, of U. S. [10108 

© June 16, 1916; 1 c. June 22, 
1916 ; 1 c. June 26, 1916 ; E 388161 ; 
Nellie Lahiff, New York. 

Mother Tech ; words by Robert Rog- 
ers, music by James Ecker, of U. S. 
Boston, Tremont music pub. co. 

[10109 
© June 1, 1916 ; 2 c. June 24, 1916 ; 
E 386880; Rogers and Ecker, Dor- 
chester, Mass. 

Mother's (A) appeal; words by L. 
McConkey, music by Carl Muehling, 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher], of U. S. 

[10110 
© 1 c. June 22, 1916; E 388038; 
Lulu McConkey, Marion, 111. 



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Mother's picture on the wall ; 

words by B. M. Hale, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [10111 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387307; 

Bessie M. Hale, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Mother's song at twilight ; words 
by Jos. Hiller, music by Geo. Olcott 
and Roy P. Loughry, of U. S., [arr. 
by J. Oliver Reihl of U. S.] [10112 
© 1 c. June 28, 1916; E 386947; 
Fidelity music co., Pittsburgh. 

Movie (The) kid; words by A. H. 
Lowry, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [10113 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387304; 
Albert H. Lowry, Redmond, Or. 

Mut. See Tragner (Richard) Vier 
schlichte geistliche gesange. 

Mutterliebe. See Heymann-Rheineck 
(Carl) Funf lieder. 

My battle is over, my fighting is 

through ; words and music by Mrs. 

J. A. Ross, of U. S. [10114 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 386872; 

Mrs. J. A. Ross, Hibbing, Minn. 

My beautiful wonderful singing 
girl ; words by J. C. Ligon, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [10115 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387173; 

J. C. Ligon, Iva, S. C. 

My boy will be a soldier when he's 
needed; words and music by D. 
• Boudeman, of U. S. Kalamazoo, 
Mich., Boudeman music co. [10116 
© June 6, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386747; Dallas Boudeman, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. 

My bright eyed shamrock; words 
and music by P. Doherty, of U. S. 

[10117 
© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386724; Philip Doherty, 
Muskegon Heights, Mich. 

My Colorado columbine; words by 

F. W. (Tug) Willson, music by 
J. Douglas, of U. S. [10118 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387328.; 
Fred W. (Tug) Willson and Jack 
Douglas, Los Angeles. 

My country, I hear you calling me ; 
words by Bernie Grossman, music 
by Dave Dreyer, of U. S. [10119 

© July 3, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387018 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 



My country's first with me ; words 

by G. Kidd, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [10120 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387160; 

Guy Kidd, Blue Rapids, Kan. 

My country's call; words by C. L. 
Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [10121 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387319; 
C. L. Smith, Bloomington, 111. 

My dear old log cabin in the valley 
an' Sloan's Run ; words by E. M. 
Gasber, music by Carl Seyb [pseud. 
of Floda Fisher], of U. S. [10122 
© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 386930; 
Ella Myers Gasber, Wheeling, W. Va. 

My girl's gone to be a soldier ; words 

by M. V. Little, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [10123 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387138; 

M. V. Little, Chester, Pa. 

My heart is light; words by Harold 
Simpson, music by Arthur Lionel 
Klein, of Great Britain. [10124 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384684; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

My lady of the Nile; from Ziegfeld 
follies, 1916, words by Gene Buck, 
music by Jerome Kern, of U. S. 

[10125 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 

1916; E 386827; T. B. Harms & 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

My little country cousin ; words 
and melody by W. M. Wright, of 
U. S., arr. by G. Fryatt Mountford, 
of England, domiciled at Cincin- 
nati, O. [10126 
© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387218; 
William Morgan Wright, Cincin- 
nati. 

My little evening star ; words and 
music by M. L. Dappert, of U. S. 

[10127 
© July 1, 1916; 2 c. July 3, 1916; 
E 387010; Merlin L. Dappert, Tay- 
lorville, 111. 

My little Pearly I hear your voice 

calling ; Tyrolen melody, words and 

music by C. Koeder, of U. S. [10128 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 386878; 

Charles Koeder, St. Louis. 

My little southern queen ; words by 

R. Newland, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [10129 

©1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387132; 

Ray Newland, Cincinnati. 



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My memory ship; words by F. M. 
Boylan, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. • [10130 
©lc. July 6, 1916 ; E 387129 ; F. 
Moore BoylaD, West Toledo, O. 

My pleadings to-night ; words by 

M. E. Lord, music by Harold B. 

Roland, of U. S. [10131 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387162; 

Mary E. Lord, Thermopolis, Wy. 

My rosaey foe you; lyric by Amy 
Ashmore Clark, music by Ernest R. 
Ball, of U. S. ; with violin or flute 
obligate. [10132 

© June 29, 1916; 2-c. June 30, 
1916 ; E 386992 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

My three leaves of shamrock ; words 

by H. E. Midland, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [10133 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387177; 

H. E. Midland, Ashtabula, O. 

Nachtgesang, und Aus grosserzeit ; 
von Hugo Kaun, of Germany, op. 92 ; 
zwei pianoforte zu 4 handen. (Erste 
suite, markische, nos. 4 und 5.) 

[10134 
© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380897 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig. 

NACHTMARSCH ZTJM SCHUTZENGRABEN J 

ged. von Peter Scher, musik von 
Werner Josten, of Germany ; gesang 
u. piano. [10135 

© Sept. 23, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380911; Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne am Rhein, Ger- 
many. 

Nachtmttsikanten ; aus Des knaben 
wunderhorn, musik von Otto Taub- 
mann, of Germany, op. 25, no. 4; 
mannerchor a cappella, partitur. 
4to. (Vier alte deutsche lieder, 
no. 4) [10136 

© July 30, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380864; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Nachtlicher zug; von Hugo Kaun, 
of Germany, op. 101 ; klavier- 
ausgabe. ( Deutsche marsche, no. 2. ) 

[10137 
© Oct. 13, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380900; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. 

orchester-partitur. ( Deutsche 

marsche, no. 2.) [10138 

© Nov. 1, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380901; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. 



Nation (The) unprepared; words and 
music by C. B. Root, of U. S., arr. 
by Romeo Suppaucich, of Italy, 
domiciled at San Francisco. [10139 
© 1 c. June 3, 1916; E 388150; 
Corydon Bee Root, San Francisco. 

National guard march ; by J. Liljen- 
berg, of U. S. ; piano. • [10140 

© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 388016; 
Joseph Liljenberg, Canova, S. D. 

National (A) Thanksgiving service 
of praise ; words by R. W. Matthews, 
music by Raymond C. and Florence 
J. Conner and S. V. Eifert, of U. S. 
4to. [10141 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386909; R. W. Matthews, 
Covington, Ky. 

Navigator (The) ; inarch by Geo. 
Rosenkrans, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[10142 
© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 
1916 ; E 388036 ; J. W. Jenkins sons 
music co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Nebrask aland, Nebrask aland ; words 
by Adam Breede, music by Lee G. 
Kratz, of U. S. [10143 

© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 3, 
1916; E 387006; Breede and Kratz, 
Omaha, Neb. 

Neckerei (Drollery) ; von Jean 
Sibelius, op. 34, rev. von A. 
Kleinecke, of Germany ; klavier. 
(Kleine stucke, no. 5.) [10144 

© July 7, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380784; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision.] 

Neue liebe, neues leben. See Goethe- 
lieder cyklus. 

Neue violin - etuden - schule; ein 
auswahl in progressiver reihenfolge 
in 12 heften, von Arthur Seybold, of 
Germany, op. 182, heft 11, Doppel- 
griff etuden, fur violine. [10145 

© Oct. 29, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380891 ; Anton J. Benjamin, 
Hamburg. 



heft 12, Kunstleretiiden ; fur 

violine. [10146 

© Nov. 8, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380910 ; Anton J. Benjamin, 
Hamburg. 

Neutral, that's all; words and mu- 
sic by G. W. Scott, of U. S. [10147 
© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387221; 
George W. Scott, North Plainfield, 
N. J. 



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Neutrality ; words and music by J. 

Hahn, jr., of U. S. [10148 

© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 

1916; E 386917; John Hahn, jr., 

New York. 

New path march ; by Martin Woell- 
ner, of U. S. ; piano. [10149 

© 1 c. June 19, 1916; E 386750; 
M. Woellner, Blue Rapids, Kan. 

Night. See Hero and Leander. 

Nijinski; from Ziegfeld follies, 1916, 
words bv Gene Buck, music by Dave 
Stamper, of U. S. [10150 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 386828; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Nonna, nonna ; versi di Libero Bovis, 
music di Nicola Valente, of Italy. - 
canto e mandolino. 4to. (Le Can- 
zoni di maggior successo, no. 643.) 

[10151 
© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384365; Polyphon musik- 
werke a.-g., Leipzig. 

Noon. See Hero and Leander. 

Noeah actjshla ; song f rom the revue, 
Shell out, words by Albert De Cour- 
ville and Herman Darewski, music 
by Herman Darewski, of Great Brit- 
ain. [10152 
© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384846; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Not so very far from Zanzibar; 
words by Ed. Rose and Joe Mc- 
Carthy, music by Abe Oleman, of 
U. S. [10153 

© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 
1916 ; E 387255 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Nottata d' aprile (April night) ; valse 
by Bruno Labate, of Italy, domiciled 
at New York ; piano. [10154 

© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916; E 387515; Emanuel Favaloro, 
New York. 

Novice (La) ; morceau par Paul Le 
Grand, of Great Britain ; piano. 

[10155 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 

1916; E 384666; Francis, Day & 

Hunter, London. 

Now that the lights are low ; words 

and music by R. P. Weston and Jack 

Norworth, of Great Britain. [10156 

© June 7. 1916; 1 c. July 12, 

1916; E 384647; Francis, Day & 

Hunter, London. 



NOW YOU OUGHT TO WHIP THE OTHER 

kids ; words by C. C. Warner, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[10157 
© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 383982; 
Cora C. Warner, Colden, N. Y. 

Nun auf, mein volk; ged. von Karl 
Bauer, musik von Kurt Haubold, of 
Germany ; mannerchor ; partitur. 
4to. [10158 

© Sept. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381051; Gebriider Hug & 
co., Leipzig. 

O mare 'e Margellina; versi di A. 
Califano, musica di R. Falvo, of 
Italy; canto e mandolino. (Le can- 
zoni di naggior successo, no. 637) 
4to. [10159 

© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384372; Polyphon musik- 
werke a. — g., Leipzig. 

O promise me ; by Reginald De Koven, 
arr. by Gustav Gast, of U. S.. ; band. 
4to. [10160 

© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 11, 1916 ; 
E 387246; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

O salutaris hostia; song, music by 

J. M. McDermod, of U. S. [10161 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 388162; 

James M. McDermod, Maiden, Mass. 

O send Thy light forth ; words from 
Psalm XLIII, edited and adapted to 
English words, by A. M. Henderson, 
of Scotland; music by Balakireff; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Choral album, 
no. 1249.) [10162 

© May 22, 1916; 1 c. June 3, 
1916 ; E 380564 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Obeeon ; romantische oper in drei 
akten, text von J. R. Planche, 
deutsch von Th. Hell, musik von 
C. M. von Weber, umarbeitung des 
textes, und musikalische erganzun- 
gen, von Felix Weingartner. Klavi- 
erauszug mit text, [vocal score]. 
(Ed. Breitkopf 17) [10163 

© June 25, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380724 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement.] 

Oesterreichisches reiterlied ; ged. 
von H. Zuckermann, musik von 
Wilh. Maase, of Germany; dries- 
timmigen schulerchor. [10164 

© Mar. 25, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380877 ; C. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 



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Oh if you have a sweetheart ; words 
and music by Joshua Reade [pseud, 
of William R. Browne], of U. S., arr. 
by Geo. Jagou, of U. S. [10165 

'© 1 c. June 23, 1916; E 387247; 
William R. Browne, New York. 

Oh sweetest flower of love be mine ; 
words and music by F. A. Dean, of 
U. S. Springfield, Mass., Dean's mu- 
sic co. [10166 
'© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386926 ; Frederick A. Dean, 
Springfield, Mass. 

Oh, the territorial boys are ter- 
riers ; words by Charles Wilmott, 
music by Max Darewski. [10167 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384683; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Oh, you Mister Movie-Man ; words 
and music by F. M. Tessier, of U. S. 

[10168 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387126; 

Fabiola M. Tessier, Salamanca, N. Y. 

Okeaniden (Die) (Aallottaret) ; 
tondichtung von Jean Sibelius, of 
Sweden, op. 73 ; grosses orchester ; 
partitur. (Breitkopf & Hartel par- 
titur-bibliothek, no. 2352). [10169 
© Oct. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380790; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 



arr. von Herm. Gartner, of 

Germany ; klavier-auszug. [10170 
© Oct. 15, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380789; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Ola, my sweet Hawaiian love ; words 
and music by C. B. Weston, of U. S. 

[10171 
© June 19, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 
1916 ; E 388025 ; Charles B. Weston, 
Brooklyn. 

Old man Brown ; words and music by 
R. P. Weston and Bert Lee, of Great 
Britain. [10172 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. June 12, 
1916; E 384673; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Old waltz memories ; words and mu- 
sic by R. P. Weston and Bert Lee, 
of Great Britain. [10173 

(c) June 7, 1916; 1 c. June 12, 
1916; E 384662; Francis, Day, & 
Hunter, London. 



On a summer night; lyric by Joe 
Goodwin, music by Gus Edwards, of 
U. S. [10174 

© June 19, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386731; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

On a sunny Sunday afternoon; 
words by Clifford Grey, music by 
Archie Naish, of Great Britain. 

[10175 
© June 7, 1916; 1 c. June 12, 
1916; E 384650; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

On an island surrounded by girls ; 
words by Jeff Branen, music by 
Arthur Lange, of U. S. [10176 

© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388143; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

On Cupid's honeymoon ; words by 
Louise Cordy, music by Alfred J. 
Stone [pseud, of Isadore Saperstein] 
of U. S. [10177 

© 1 c. June 27, 1916; E 388148; 
Isadore Saperstein, New York. 

On dress parade; march, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern, of U. S. ; op. 280, 
no. 2; piano. (Eight short composi- 
tions, grade one,. no. 2.) [10178 
© July 10, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 387211; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

On the mill-dam; galop, by A. A. 
Babb, arr. by R. E. Hildreth, of U. 
S. ; orchestra. 4to. [10179 

© May 26, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916 ; E 386736 ; Walter Jacobs, Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

On the trail beside the mountain 
stream flow ; words and music by 
Wm. A. (Billy) English, jr., of U. S. 

[10180 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 386999; English-Gray-Rut- 
ter, Philadelphia. 

On to Plattsburg ; march by Herbert 

W. Lowe, of U. S. ; piano. [10181 

© June 19, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 

1916; E 388141; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 

Once is enough; words by Henry 

Green, music by H. Martelly, of 

U. S. . [10182 

© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 383969; 

Hugh Martelly, Atlanta, Ga. 



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One-man-band (The) ; words and 
music by Lee, Weston and Mayo, of 
Great Britain. [10183 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384651; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Onwaed; go forward, Christian sol- 
dier, words by L. Tuttiett, music by 
H. F. Asbury, of U. S. [10184 

© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 388017; 
Harry F. Asbury, Brooklyn. 

Opekatic echoes ; arr. by R. Gruen- 
wald, of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. 
(Concert ed. for orchestra, no. 507.) 

[10185 

© June 13, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 

1916; E 383923; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Opekatic (An) nightmare; desecra- 
tion no. 2, by F. G. Arndt, of U. S. ; 
piano. [10186 

© 1 c. May 24, 1916; E 386045; 
Felix George Arndt, New York. 

Organist, v. 20, no. 3, July, 1916. 
cover-title, p. 67-98. obi. 8vo. 

[10187 
© June 20, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. July 
7, 1916; A 432914; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Our Annabelle; musical comedy by 
A. L. Stewart, of U. S. ; piano part. 

[10188 

© 1 c. June 13, 1916; E 388116; 

Anna Lambert Stewart, Easton, Pa. 

Oub Davenport; booster march song, 
words by Edgar S. Kindley t music 
by E. Otto, of U. S. ; voice or piano 
solo. [10189 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386901 ; Ernst Otto, Daven- 
port, la. 

Our flag; military two-step, on melo- 
dies from the revue, Joy-land, music 
by Herman Darewski, of Great 
Britain; piano. [10190 

© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384686; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Our fouk-leaf cloveb ; words by Anna 
N. Ross, music by G. Moody, of U. S. 
8vo. [10191 

© Feb. 10, 1915; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386929 ; Geo. Moody, Water- 
loo, la. 



Our Lincoln, the hero of the na- 
tion ; words by E. M. Ellis 3 music 
by T. Francis Burke, of U. S. 

[10192 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 18, 
1916; E 387379; Ella M. Ellis, 
Brockton, Mass. 

Oub little dug out for two; words 
by Douglas Furber, music by A. 
Kingston- Stewart, of England. 

[10193 
© June 30, 1916 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 384628; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Ovee the hills ; Scotch two-step, by 
Harry Lauder and Jullien H. Wil- 
son, of Great Britain ; piano. [10194 
© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384659; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Paganini (Niccolo) Caprice xxiv; 
de N. Paganini et Joan Manen, arr. 
par Alexander Wunderer, of Aus- 
tria; violon et piano. [10195 
© Oct. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380870; Universal-edition, Leip- 
zig. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Papillons de nuit ; valse intermezzo, 
par Paul Le Grand, of Great Brit- 
ain; piano. [10196 
© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384658; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Parade of the manikins ; by Rudolph 
Wagner, arr. by T. H. Rollinson, of 
U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. (Concert edi- 
tion for orchestra, no. 505) [10197 
© June 14, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388137; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Pascale che va a Teento ; versi e 
musica di N. di Palma, of Italy, 
domiciled at New York ; versi e man- 
dolino. 4to. [10198 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 11, 1916 ; 
E 387244; Arturo Matacea, New 
York. 

Passionskanzone ; die grablegung 
Christi, musik von Sigfrid Karg- 
Elert, of Germany, op. 84, fiir solo- 
sopran, hoboe mit englisch-horn, oder 
A-klarinette allein, gemischten chor 
und orgel. (Edition Breitkopf, no. 
4827) [10199 

© Oct. 15, 1916 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380770 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 



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Pateick; intro. Wearing of the green, 
music by George Spencer, of U. S. ; 
piano, words ad lib. [10200 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387069; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Patty's pukple past ; words by Doug- 
las Furber, music by A. Emmett 
Adams, of England. [10201 

© June 30, 1916 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 384627; Newman pub. co., ltd., 
London. 

Pauline; words and music by J. Met- 
calfe, of U. S. [10202 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387171; 
John Metcalfe, California, Pa. 

Peace and honoe; march, by G. B. 
Snyder, arr. by W. Lewis, of U. S. ; 
band. 4to. ♦ [10203 

© June 22, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 388041; Geo. B. Snyder, 
Chambersburg, Pa. 
Peace song ; from Civilization, lyric by 
Thos. H. Ince, music by Victor L. 
Schertzinger, of U. S. [10204 

© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 
1916 ; E 387258 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 
Phyllis ; intro. Wait for the wagon ; 
music by George Spencer, of U. S. ; 
piano, words ad lib. [10205 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387071; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Pieeeot and Pieeeette ; waltz, by Leo 
Edwards, arr. by Wm. Schulz, of 
IT. S. ; band. 4to. [10206 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387011 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 
Playing in the millennium ; words 
and music by J. Schipkowsky, of 
U. S. [10207 

© June 9, 1916; 1 c. June 20, 
1916 ; E 383968 ; Julius Schipkowsky, 
Los Angeles. 
Pleasant evening eemembeance; by 
O. Jeffords, of U. S. ; guitar solo. 

[10208 

© June 22, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 

1916; E 386881; Orbie Jeffords, 

Waresboro, Ga. 

Please let me keep youe pictuee ; 

leap year ballad, words and music 

by O. D. Nelson, of U. S. Seattle, 

Wash., Echo music pub. co. [10209 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 

1916; E 386729; Oscar D. Nelson, 

Moscow, Id. 



Polenblut; grosses potpourri, nach 
motiven der operette, musik von 
Oskar Nedbal, arr. von B. Bersa und 
Th. Holzhei, of Austria ; violine und 
klavier. [10210 

© June 9, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380748; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky), Leipzig. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Political (The) cleanup; words by 
C. McManus, music by Luther A. 
Clark, of U. S. [10211 

© June 19, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 386919; Carrol McManus, 
Canon City, Col. 

Polka-dot; one-step by Hackel-Berge, 

of U. S. ; piano. [10212 

© June 19, 1916; 2 c. June 20, 

1916; E 386834; G. Ricordi & co., 

inc., New York. 

Polly has hee eye on me; words by 
Fred E. Weatherly, music by Ernest 
Newton, of England ; no. 1 in F. 

[10213 
© July 17, 1916; 1 c. July 18, 
1916 ; E 381064 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 

Polnische (Dee) legionae; text von 
Robert Weil, musik von Ludwig 
Roman Chmel, of Austria. 1. Gesang 
und piano, erleichterte ausgabe. 
2. Grosses or Chester. [10214, 10215 
© May 1, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 15, 
1916 ; E 381026, 381027 ; Josef Wein- 
berger, Leipzig. 

von Ludwig Roman Chmel, arr. 

von Hans Schott, of Austria ; salon- 
or Chester. 4to. [10216 

© May 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380924 ; Josef Weinberger, Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Polonaise. See Chappell's army jour- 
nal no. 434. 

Posse (Wilhelm) Drei etiiden ; von 
W. Posse, of Germany, fur harfe, 1. 
no. 3. 2. no. 2. 3. no. 1. 

[10217-10219 

© Oct. 11. 1915; 1 c. each July 
15, 1916; E. 380933-380935; Jul. 
Heinr. Zimmermann, Leipzig. 

Possum-huntin' ; words by Marion 

Delamater Freeman, music by E. C. 

Hammond, of U. S. [10220 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916 ; E 387227 ; 

Earl Culin Hammond, Ogontz, Pa. 



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Posten vok tag; gedicht von Karl 
Broger, musik von Heinrich Sauer, 
of Germany, op. 15, no. 2 ; man- 
nerchor a cappella ; partitur. 4to. 

[10221 

© July 26, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381021; Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne, Germany. 

Pkaludium. See Sitt (Hans) Sechs 
leichte stucke. 

Peaktische violinschttle ; mit ver- 
wendung von iibungsstiicken alterer 
beruhmter padagogen, von Ferdi- 
nand Ktichler, of Switzerland. 1 
bd. complet, 1 aufl. [10222 

© Sept. 15, 1914; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381050; Hug & co., Basel, 
Switzerland. [Copyright is claimed 
on new edition.] 

Pkeghieea. See Schubert (F. P.) 

Peepaee ; words by G. Paul, music by 
Harry Awe, of U. S. [10223 

© 1 c. May 31, 1916; E 383970; 
George Paul, Chicago. 

Peepaeedness is peace ; words and 

music by Henry Chamberlain, of 

U. S. [10224 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387238; 

P. M. Foote, Columbus, O. 

Pretty Polly Olivee; part song, 
words by Harold Boulton, old Eng- 
lish air arr. by Lucien G. Chaffin, 
of U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[10225 

© May 26, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 

1916; E 383924; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Peimaveea di baci ; versi di R. Fer- 
raro-Correra, musica di P. E. Fonzo, 
of Italy ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 
(Le canzoni di maggior successo, 
no. 635). [10226 

© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384366; Polyphon musik- 
werke, a.-g., Leipzig. 

Plteticesa; versi di S. Di Giacomo, 
musica di E. De Curtis, of Italy ; 
canto e mandolino. 4to. (Le can- 
zoni della Polyphon, no. 655.) 

[10227 

© Sept. 8. 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384364; Polyphon musik- 
werke, a.-g., Leipzig. 



Quartett in D due; von Wilhelm 
Hill, herausgegeben von Karl 
Schmidt, of Germany ; zwei violinen, 
viola und violoncell. (Ed. Brettkopf 
4828) [10228 

© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380726 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement] 

Quintett; von Kamillo Horn, of Ger- 
many, op. 50; 3 violinen, viola und 
violoncello ; kleine partitur. 12mo. 

[10229 
© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380883; C. F. Kahnt nachfolger, 
Leipzig. 

Ragging the Apache ; from The pass- 
ing show of 1916, lyrics by Harold 
Atteridge, music by Otto Motzan, of 
Austria, domiciled at New York. 

[10230 
© June 28, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 386977; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Railway teain seevice heeoes ; 

words by H. M. Powers, music by 

Theodore Rosenthal, of U. S. [10231 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387181; 

Hosea Myles Powers, Denison, Tex. 

Rally 'bound the flag; words by 
K. R. [pseud, of Ambrosine Dyke], 
music by A. Dyke, of Canada. New 
York & London, The Frederick 
Harris co ; [and] Toronto, The 
Hawkes & Harris music co. [10232 
© May 31, 1916 ; 1 c. June 1, 1916 ; 
E 384379; Miss Ambrosine Dyke, 
Toronto. 

Rally (The) song; words by C. B. 
Hopkins, music by C. H. Marsh, of 
U. S. 12mo. [10233 

© Apr. 15, 1913; 2 c. June 30, 
1916 ; E 386982 ; Charles H. Marsh, 
Los Angeles. 

Red (The) ceoss ; inarch, by George 
O. Frey, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[10234 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 24, 
1916; E 388112; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Refeeee (The) ; march, by Geo. Ros- 
enkrans, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[10235 
© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 
1916 ; E 388037 ; J. W. Jenkins sons 
music co., Kansas City, Mo. 



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Regiments (The) eetuen ; march by 
H. J. Crosby, of U. S. ; band. obi. 
32mo. [10236 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 17, 
1916 ; E 388154 ; Cundy-Bettoney co., 
Boston. 

Rekrutenlied ; ged. von Eggert, mu- 
sik von Hermann Unger, of Ger- 
many ; gesang u. klavier. [10237 
© Sept. 28, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380914; Tischer & Jager- 
berg, ltd., Cologne am Rhein, Ger- 
many. 

Reminiscences ; by G. W. Meier, of 
U. S. ; piano. [10238 

© 1 c. June 19, 1916; E 386735; 
George W. Meier, New York. 

Rettjkn those pretty eyes to my 

sight; words by J. Albertini, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [10239 

© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 383978; 

Joseph Albertini, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Reverie ; by Cecil G. Egg, of U. S. ; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[10240 
© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 
1916; E 386840; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Rheingold. See Wagner (Richard) 

Richardis ; romantische oper in drei 
akten, text und musik von Hermann 
Wolfgang von Waltershauser, arr. 
von H. Scholz, of Germany ; klavier- 
auszug mit text. [10241 

© July 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380767; Drei masken-verlag, g. 
m. b. h., Munich. 

Ride in the park ; characteristic 
piece, by Marie Crosby, of U. S., op. 
45, no. 3 ; piano. (A day in the park, 
no. 3.) [10242 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387109; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Right (The) kiss; words by O. T. 
Aashiem, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [10243 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387306; 
Oliver T. Aashiem, Denver, Col. 

Rinck-Rogers (The) practical organ 
school; manual exercises in two 
parts, by J. Ch. H. Rinck and James 
H. Rogers, of U. S. (Ditson ed„ 
no. 304) [10244 

© May 23, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383925; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision.] 



Road (The) back home; words by 
Lena Guilbert Ford, music by Jean 
Nougues, of England. [10245 

© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 13, 
1916; E 384693; B. Feldman & co., 
London, 

Robert; intro. Robin Adair, music by 
George Spencer, of U. S. ; piano, 
words ad lib. [10246 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E. 387068; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Robins told her love is here; words 

by W. F. Eberle, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [10247 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387242; 

Wm. F. Eberle, Chicago. 

Rocking; music and arrangement by 
G. Merola, of U. S. ; piano. [10248 
© 1 c. July 8, 1916; E 387200; 
Gaetano Merola, New York. 

Roll (The) call; words and music 
by S. L. McMillan, of Canada. 

[10249 
© 1 c. June 23, 1916; E 380793; 
Sophia Louise McMillan, Winnipeg, 
Canada. 

Ronald (Landon) Four songs of inno- 
cence ; poems by William Blake, mu- 
sic by L. Ronald, of England; 
high voice. Contents: — No. 1. The 
lamb.— No. 2. Infant joy.— No. 3. A 
cradle song. — No. 4. Spring. [10250 

© July 13, 1916: 1 c. July 14, 
1916 ; E 384698 ; Enoch & Sons, Lon- 
don. 

R®sa ; intro. Rosalie, music by George 
Spencer, of U. S. ; piano, words 
ad lib. [10251 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387073; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Rose (The) of love; a light opera in 
two acts, words and lyrics by Clara 
Louise Alden, music by Louis A. 
Reilly, of U. S. ; vocal score. [10252 
© June 30, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386906; Alden music pub. 
co., Denver. 

Roselyn ; words and music by B. W. 
Gardner, of U. S. [10253 

© 1 c July 6, 1916; E 387127; 
Bertha Warner Gardner, Scottsburg, 
Ind. 



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no. 8, 1916 



10269 



Rosmaein ; aus Des knaben wunder- 
horn, musik arr. von Otto Taub- 
mann, of Germany, op. 25, fur man- 
nerchor a cappella. (Vier alte 
deutsche lieder, no. 1.) [10254 

© July 30, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380902; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. [Copyright is 
claimed on male chorus.] 

Royalty ; laboring man's national 
song, words and music by W. S. 
Rosenstock, of U. S. Omaha, Neb., 

A. Hospe co. [10255 
© June 9, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 

1916; E. 386749; W. S. Rosenstock, 
David City, Neb. 

Rtjnd um die liebe ; grosses potpourri 
nach motiven der operette, von Os- 
car Straus, arr. von Th. Holzhei und 

B. Bersa, of Austria. 1. Klavier 
und violine. 2. Violine solo. 

[10256, 10257 
© Apr. 6, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 6, 
1916; E 380745, 380746; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky, 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

; walzer nach motiven der gleich- 

namigen operette, von Oscar Straus, 
of Austria; klavier zu vier handen. 

[10258 
© Apr. 7, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380747; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky, Leipzig. 

Rustic eound dance; by Carl Moter, 
of U. S. ; piano. [10259 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387118; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Saint Amoey (A.) Idylle ; by A. Saint 
Amory, of France; violin or cello 
and piano. [10260 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 384642; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Saloonless (A) nation; temperance 
rally song, words and music by M. R. 
Smith, of U. S. 4to. [10261 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386894; Minnie Roberts 
Smith, New Haven. 

Salute to the Ameeican flag ; words 
and music by W. A. Zimmerman, of 
U. S., arr. by W. A. Zimmerman and 
D. F. Shepard. [10262 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916 ; E 387261 ; W. 
A. Zimmerman, Santa Ana, Cal. 



Sandeo dee naee ; oper in 3 akten, text 
von Hans Heinz Hinzelmann, musik 
von Heinrich Bienstock, of Germany, 
op. 12 ; Klavier auszug mit text. 

[10263 
© Sept. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380766 ; Drei masken verlag, g. m. 
b. h., Munich. 

Santa Lucia; over the rippling sea, 
three-part song; tr. by Thomas Oli- 
phant, music of a Neapolitan bar- 
carolle, arr. by Ross Hilton, of U. S. ; 
women's voices, 4to. [10264 

© June 19, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388138; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Santa Lucia 'e 'na vota; versi di A. 
Califano, musica di V. Valente, of 
Italy; canto e mandolino ; 4to. (Le 
canzoni di maggior successo, no. 
658.) [10265 

© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384374; Polyphon musik- 
werke a.-g., Leipzig. 

Satilla Rivee waltz; by O. Jeffords, 

of U. S. ; guitar solo. [10266 

© June 22, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 

1916; E 386882; Orbie Jeffords, 

Waresboro, Ga. 

Savioue, now the day is ending; 
hymn-anthem, words by Sarah Doud- 
ney, music by J. Edgar Birch, of 
Canada; mixed voices, sacred. (Oc- 
tavo series, no. 1185.) [10267 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916 ; E 381070 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Scabf dance. See Chaminade (C. 
L. S.) 

SCHEEFLEIN (DAS) DEE WITWE. See 

Bliecl (F. Jos.) Fiinf vaterlandische 
lieder. 

Scheezlied (Humorous) ; von Jean 
Sibelius, op. 34, rev. von A. Klei- 
necke, of Germany ; Klavier. (Kleine 
stiicke, no. 4. ) [10268 

© July 7, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380788; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision. ] 

Scheezo-capeice ; by Emil Kronke, of 
Germany, op. 115; piano. (Confetti, 
six short program pieces, no. 6.) 

[10269 
© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 384622; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 



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10270 



pt. in, n. s., V. 11 



Schone (Die) schaffneein ; raarsch, 
worte von Karl Lustig, musik von 
Wilh. Aug. Jurek, of Austria ; parti- 
tur fiir piano mit iiberl. text, und 
singsstimme. [10270 

© Nov. 13, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380923; Josef Eberle, Vi- 
enna. 

Schubekt (Feanz Petee) Preghiera ; 
by F. P. Schubert, arr. by Arthur E. 
Harris, of U. S. ; orch. (Ideal edi- 
tion, no. 229) [10271 
© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 17, 
1916 ; E 388160 ; Cundy-Bettoney co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

■ 24 landler und deutsche tanze; 

von F. P. Schubert, bearbeitet von 
Paul Klengel, of Germany; violine 
und klavier. Heft 1, nr. 1-12. Heft 
2, nr. 13-24. (Edition Breitkopf, no. 
4824, 4825) 10272, 10273 

© June 22, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 6, 
1916 ; E 380729, 380730 ; Breitkopf & 
Hartel, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new arrangement.] 

Schwaez-gelbe (Das) keeuz ; ein ein- 
faches, zeitgemasses wiener lied, 
worte von Hans Endres, musik von 
Hans von Frankowski, of Austria, 
op. 56. 1. Gesang u. piano. 2. Salon- 
orchester. 10274, 10275 

© May 1, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 6, 
1916 ; E 380752, 380753 ; Josef Blaha, 
Vienna. 

Schweet Aus dee scheide. See Haym 
(Hans) Sechs soldatenlieder. 

Sechs keiegsliedee im volkston. See 
Karg-Elert (Sigfricl) 

Sechs leichte stucke. See Sitt 
(Hans) 

Sechs soldatenliedee. See Haym 

(Hans) 
Secueely it passeth thetj all ; words 

by G. T. Sanford, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [10276 

© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 383979; 

G. T. Sanford, Baton Rouge, La. 
Sehnsuchtsland. See Gedichte. 

SEI MIE GEGEUSST, DU LAND AM RHEIN ; 

ged. von Hans Willy Mertens, mu- 
sik von Carl Moskes, of Germany ; 
mannerchor, partitur. 4to. [10277 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380884; C. F. Kahnt nachfolger, 
Leipzig. 
Sei still zu Gott. See Tragner 
(Richard) Vier schlichte geist- 
liche gesange. 



Senioe L. T. L. and Y. P. B. song 
book ; comp. by Jennie Moore, ed. by 
W. H. Adams, of U. S. Punxsu- 
tawney, Pa., W. H. Adams [1916] 
31 [i. e. 32 p.] 12mo. [10278 

© May 24, 1916; 2 c. May 31, 
1916 ; A 431263 ; William H. Adams, 
Punxsutawney, Pa. 

Seeenade; by A. Saint Amory, of 
France; violin or cello and piano. 

[10279 
© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 384641; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

from Suite V6nitienne, by W. H. 

Reed, of England. 4to. 1. Piano 
conductor. 2. Violino primo. 3. 
Violino secondo. 4, Viola. 5. Cello 
e basso. [10280-10284 

© July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 8, 
1916; E 380799-380803; Novello & 
co., ltd., London. 

love song, words by Clinton Scol- 

lard, music by Alice Barnett, of 
U. S. ; high voice. [10285 

© June 22, 1916; 2 ,c. June 24, 
1916; E 388104; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

See also Haag (Friedrich) Zwei 

lieder fiir des deutsche haus. 

Seeenade d' aelequin. See Silhou- 
ettes. 

Seeenata sinceea ; versi di A. Cali- 
fano, musica di P. E. Fonzo, of 
Italy ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 
(Le canzoni della, Polyphon; no. 
653.) [10286 

© Sept. 8, 1914 ; 1 c. May 17, 1916 ; 
E 384361 ; Polyphon musikwerke, 
a. — g., Leipzig. 

Seegeant Solomon Isaacstein ; 
words and music by R. P. Weston 
and Bert Lee, of Great Britain. 

[10287 
© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384655; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Shades of night; one-step, by Anatol 
Friedland and Malvin Franklin, arr. 
by D. Onivas, of U. S. ; orchestra 
with piano ace. 4to. [10288 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387012 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



672 



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no. 8, 1916 



10306 



Shadow (The) in yotjb eyes; words 
by Leonard Cooke, music by Lilian 
Kay, of England. [10289 

© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 13, 
1916 ; E 384691 ; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

She gets me all fussed up ; words by 
Lew Brown, music by James Fred- 
erick Hanley, of U. S. [10290 
© 1 c. May 24, 1916; E 386044; 
Empire music co., New York. 

She's a califoenia poppy of the 

West ; words by F. S. Horner, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [10291 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; E 387321 ; F. 

S. Horner, Richmond, Cal. 

Shepheed's song ; by William Paul, of 

U. S. ; piano. [10292 

© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 

1916; E 388147; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Shine on, little stae of love ; words 
bv Cyril Stuart, music by Grahame 
Bruce, of Great Britain. [10293 

© July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 11, 1916 ; 
E 384688; Shaftesbury music co., 
London. 

Si vous m'aimez ; chanson, paroles de 
Arthur Smith, music by Philias 
Champagne, of U. S. [10294 

© June 17, 1916; 2 c. June 20, 
1916 ; E 383974 ; Octave Champagne, 
Lowell, Mass. 

Sibelius (Jean) Walzer ; by J. Sibe- 
lius, op. 34, rev. von A. Kleinecke, of 
Germany; klavier. (Kleine stiicke, 
no. 1.) [10295 

© July 7, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380785; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision.] 

Siegesmaesch ; nach der neuer melodie 
der volkshymne, Heil dir im sieger- 
kranz, von Hugo Kaun, arr. von Jo- 
hannes Doebber, of Germany ; aus- 
gabe flir klavier 2 handig. [10296 
© May 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 381025 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 

Siegfeied. See Wagner (Richard). 

Silhouettes ; by George Hay, of Great 
Britain ; pianoforte. Contents : — no. 
1. Daybreak on the moor. — 2. Gai- 
ety. — 3. Serenade d'arlequin. — 4. 
Yalse mignonne. — 5. In the spin- 
nery .— 6. Starlight. [10297 

© June 22, 1916; 1 c. July 10, 
1916; E 381114; Alfred Lengnick & 
co., London. 



Simplicity; music by Dorothy Lee, 
of U. S., arr. by J. S. Zamecnik, of 
U. S. ; band. Library edition, no. 9. 

[10298 
© June 20, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 386946; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland, O. 

Sing love's melody; words by M. A. 

Teter, music by Arthur Mann, of 

U. S. [10299 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387311; 

Mary A. Teter, Zuni, N. M. 

Sitt (Hans) Sechs leichte stiicke; 
von H. Sitt, of Germany, op. 120, 
heft 1, fur violine u. klavier. Con- 
tents : — 1. Praludium. — 2. Ballade. — 
3. Berceuse. [10300 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380892 ; Otto Junne, Leipzig. 

Slumbee song; by A. Saint Amory, of 
France; violin or cello and piano. 

[10301 
© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E. 384639; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Slumbeeland; waltz, by Clair Van 

Lynden, of U. S. [10302 

© June 23, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 

1916; E 386991; Buck and Lowney, 

St. Louis. 

Smaet (The) Aleck; words and 

music by J. J. Ahearn, of Canada ; 

words and melody. [10303 

© 1 c. June 3, 1916; E 380558; 

J. J. Ahearn, Ottawa, Canada. 

Smile (The) of that mothee o'mine; 
words and music by Alita Drew 
Eames, of U. S. Seattle, Wash., 
Echo music pub. co. [10304 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916 ; E 386730 ; A. D. Eames, Seat- 
tle, Wash. 

Smile when I say, I'm going away; 
words and music by " De " Sunde 
[pseud, of A. R. Sunde], of U. S., 
arr. by Ralph Lynch, of U. S. 

[10305 
© 1 c. June 7, 1916; E 388026; 
A. R. Sunde, Alamosa, Col. 

Smiling Floeida ; words by W. C. Tol- 
bert, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[10306 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387144; 
W. C. Tolbert, Jersey City. 

Soldatenabschied. SeeHaym (Hans) 
Sechs soldatenliecler. 



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10307 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Soldier's (The) farewell; words and 
music by T. Edgeway, of Canada. 
New York & London, The Frederick 
Harris co., [and] Toronto, The 
Hawkes & Harris music co. [10307 
© May 31, 1916 ; 1 c. June 1, 1916 ; 
E 384380; Thomas Edgeway, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Soldier's (The) home sweet home. 
See Blighty. 

Someone has to pay; words by 
Thomas Edgelow, music by Harold 
Vicars, of Great Britain. [10308 
© June 2, 1916 ; 1 c. June 3, 1916 ; 
E 380567 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Somewhere a voice is calling ; words 
by Eileen Newton, music by Arthur 
F. Tate, of Great Britain ; quartette 
for mixed voices. [10309 

© May 29. 1916; 1 c. June 3, 
1916 ; E 380566 ; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

Somewhere in France; words by F. 

E. Stebbing, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [10310 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E. 387136; 

F. Edna Stebbing, New Haven. 

Somnambulistic tune; from Ziegfeld 
follies, 1916, words by Gene Buck, 
music by Dave Stamper, of U. S 

[10311 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 

1916; E. 386829; T. B. Harms & 

Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Sonatine in C moll ; von Julius Klen- 
gel, of Germany, op. 48, no. 1 ; vio- 
loncell und pianoforte, erste, zweite 
u. vierte lage. (Edition Breitkopf 
4495) [10312 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380720; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Sonatine in D dur ; von Julius Klen- 
gel, of Germany, op. 48, no. 2; vio- 
loncell u. pianoforte, erste bis vierte 
lage. (Edition Breitkopf 4496.) 

[10313 
© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380721 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Sonatine in E moll ; von Julius Klen- 
gel, of Germany, op. 48, no. 3; vio- 
loncell u. pianoforte, erste bis sech- 
ste lage. (Ed. Breitkopf 4497) 

[10314 
© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; , 
E 380722 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 



Sonatinen. See Beethoven (Ludwig 
van) 

Song (The) my mother sung; words 
by John O. Doore, music by B. Has- 
sett, of U. S. [10315 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26; 
1916; E 386902; Burdett Hassett, 
Riverton, Va. 

Song (A) of cheer; words by Henry 
Moser, music by E. O. Excell, of 
U. S. [10316 

© June 22, 1916; 2 c. June 24, 
1916; E 388108; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

Song of springtime; words by Mrs. 
J. H. Waters, music by Harold B. 
Roland, of U. S. [10317 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387128; 
Mrs. J. H. Waters, Manhattan, 
Mont. 

Song of the hour; words by Carl H. 
Botefuhr, music by James F. Hoppe 
and Carl H. Botefuhr, of U. S. 

[10318 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386895; Carl H. Botefuhr, 
Pittsburg, Kan. 

Song (The) of the patriot; words 
and music by C. L. Sumner, of U. S. 

[10319 
© 1 c. June 22, 1916; E 388023; 
Caroline Louise Sumner, Norwood, 
N. Y. 

Song (The) they want to sing; 
words by Dan Dale, music by Her- 
man Darewski, of Great Britain. 

[10320 
© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384663 ; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Songs of Rutgers ; collected and ed. 
by H. D. McKinney, of U. S. 4th ed. 
New Brunswick, N. J., H. D. McKin- 
ney, 1916. 6 p. 1., 3-187, [1] p. 
front., illus. 4to. [10321 

© June 12, 1916; 2 c. July 22, 
1916 ; aff. July 11, 1916 ; A 433842 ; 
Howard D. McKinney, New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. 

Songs of the grassfolk and their 
friends ; words by Mary Grant 
O'Sheridan. music by Beatrice Mc- 
Gowan Scott. 23 p. 4to. (Nature 
truths for primary grades) [10322 
© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. July 
7, 1916 ; A 432906 ; Clayton F. Sum- 
my co., Chicago. 



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no. 8, 1916 



10338 



Songs with violin; [comp. by Wil- 
liam Arms Fisher] of U. S. ; high 
voice. (The half dollar music se- 
ries) [10323 
© June 16. 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388139; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
compilation.] 

Sonnenwende. See Haag (Friedrich) 
Zwei lieder fur das deutsche haus. 

Spanisches standchen (Serenade es- 
pagnole) ; von Paul Wiggert, of Ger- 
many, op. 7, no. 2 ; cornet a pistons 
mit piano. [10324 

© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380906 ; Johann Andre, Of- 
fenbach a. Main, Germany. 

Speing. See Ronald (Landon) Four 
songs of innocence, no. 4. 

Springtime is lovetime ; words by 

Mrs. H. S. Sutton, music by J. E. 

Anclino, of U. S. [10325 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387159; 

Mrs. H. S. Sutton, Bolton, Mass. 

Stanley (Jack) Song (The) ; in- 
spired by the Harrison Fisher pic- 
ture, Her favorite him (hymn), 
words by Mary M. Crutcher, music 
by Jack Stanley, of U. S. [10326 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 387198; Mary Crutcher, George- 
town, Ky. 

Star of the Eastern Sea ; words by 
Douglas Furber, music by A. Em- 
mett Adams, of England ; in C. 

[10327 
© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 384631; Newman pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Starlight. See Silhouettes. 

Still my sweetheart ; words and 

music by F. J. Eddy, of U. S. [10328 

© June 16, 1916; 2 c. July 8, 

1916 ; E 387202 ; Fred J. Eddy, Van 

Nuys, Cal. 

Storm (The) at sea. See Where are 
you going to, my pretty maid. 

Stung, stung, stung; words by L. L. 
Lenfesty, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [10329 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387316; 
L. L. Lenfesty, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Submarine (The) ; waltz, by M. A. 

Bishop, of U. S. ; piano. [10330 

© June 22, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 

1916; E 388024; Mabelle A. Bishop, 

Sheldon, la. 



StissER die glocken nie klingen ; fan- 
tasie von August Nolck, of Ger- 
many, op. 198 ; pianoforte. [10331 
© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 381043 ; Johann Andre, Of- 
fenbach a. Main, Germany. 

Suite in H moll. See Bach (J. S.) 

Summer evening ; music by Roger 
Quilter, of England, op. 16, no. 2 ; 
pianoforte. [10332 

© June 23, 1916; 1 c. July 14, 
1916; E 384701; G. Schirmer, ltd., 
London. 

Sunday (The) school army; words 

by Elizabeth F. Guptill, music by 

Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. [10333 

© Apr. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 

E 387015 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

Sweet and pretty; from The passing 
show of 1916, lyrics by Harold At- 
teridge, music by Otto Motzan, of 
Austria, domiciled at New York. 

[10334 

© June 28, 1916; 2 c. June 30. 
1916; E 386978; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Sweetest Nell; words by H. L. Lil- 
. laas, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[10335 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387134; 
Harold L. Lillaas, Twig, Minn. 

Take me back to the Garden of 
Eden ; words by L. Arnall, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[10336 
© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387237; 
L. Arnall, Richmond, Va. 

Take off your hats to the boys ; 
words by W. J. Miller, music by W. 
J. Hastings, of Canada. Toronto, 
Hawkes & Harris music co. [10337 

© June 1, 1916 ; 1 c. June 6, 1916 ; 
E 380577; W. J. Miller, Chamber- 
lain, Saskatchewan, Canada. 

Tantum ergo. See Ave verum [and] 
Tantum ergo. 

Tanz. See Juon (Paul) 

Tanzweise (Dance air) ; von Jean 
Sibelius, op. 34, rev. v. A. Kleinecke, 
of Germany ; klavier ( Kleine 
stiicke, no. 2.) [10338 

© July 7, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380787 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision.] 



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Taeantella d' 'e eose ; versi di Libero 
Bovio, musica di R. Falvo, of Italy ; 
canto e mandolino. 4to. (Le can- 
zoni della Polyphon, no. 640.) 

[10339 
© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384363; Polyphon musik- 
werke a.-g., Leipzig. 

Taeantelle; by Emil Kronke, of Ger- 
many, op. 115; piano. (Confetti, 
six short program pieces, no. 3.) 

[10340 
© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 384619; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Teachee's manual, v. 2, for 4th and 
5th grades with accompaniments for 
Book 2 for the Progressive music se- 
ries, by Horatio Parker, Osbourne 
McConathy, Edward Bailey Birge, 
W. Otto Miessner, of U. S. Boston, 
New York [1916] vii, 319 p. 4to. 

[10341 
© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. July 
3, 1916; A 433569; Silver, Burdett 
& co., Boston. 

Tell me, Me. Buebank ; words by 

Grace Visnow, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [10342 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387141; 

Grace Visnow, Akron, O. 

Tempeeament ; words and music by 

C. B. Root, of U. S. [10343 

© 1 c. June 27, 1916; E 388153; 

Corydon Bee Root, San Francisco. 

Templae's centennial maech ; music 
by M. L. Mackenzie, of U. S., arr. by 
George Mulford, of U. S. ; band. 23 
sheets, 6i inches by 7 inches. 

[10344 
© June 2, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386753; Marvin Lincoln 
Mackenzie, Los Angeles. 

Teufel (Dee) in England; dichtung 
von xxx — musik von Hans Klee- 
mann, of Germany ; gesang u. piano. 

[10345 
© Apr. 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380880 ; C. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 

That cottage with the ivy teailing 
o'ee; word by J. R. Parsons, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[10346 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387325; 
J. R. Parsons, Vancouver, B. C, 
Canada. 



That Dixie eag-time band; words by 

R. W. Binder, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [10347 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387172; 

R. W. Binder, Jackson, Mich. 

That I may stand with you; words 
by O. Knutsvik, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [10348 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387240; 
Ole Knutsvik, Rush Lake, Sask., 
Canada. 

That old fashioned mothee of mine ; 

words and music by M. J. Leach, of 

U, S. [10349 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387165; 

M. J. Leach, Belleville, N. J. 

That ought to get it; words and 
music by C. Williams, of U. S. New 
Orleans, La., Williams & Piron. 

[10350 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386890; Clarence Williams, 
New Orleans. 

That's the flag of flags foe me ; 
words by Edward T. Gahan, music 
by E. A. Jackson, of U. S. [10351 
© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 11, 1916 ; 
E 387225 ; Wilson C. Shantz and Ed- 
ward A. Jackson, Camden, N. J. 

That speing should vanish with the 
eoses ; words by O. Knutsvik, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [10352 
© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387239; 
Ole Knutsvik, Rush Lake, Sask., 
Canada. 

Theee is peace in my heaet ; words by 
T. O. Chisholm, music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel, of U. S. 8vo. [10353 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8 ; 1916 ; 
E 387199; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

There's a fool boen eveey day ; words 
by Al Dubin and Archie Lloyd, mu- 
sic by Frank Schimpk, of U. S. 

[10354 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387182; 
H. Federoff, Baltimore. 

Theee' s a gaeden in old Italy ; 
Italian valse hesitation, by Jack 
Glogau, arr. by Wm. Schulz, of 
U. S. ; orch. 4to. [10355 

© June 23, 1916; 2 c. June 24, 
1916 ; E 388114 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



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10372 



There's a good time coming ; words 
and music by Ted Waite, of Eng- 
land. [10356 
© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 13, 
1916; E 384692; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Theke's a little country homestead, 
that is far, FAR away; words and 
music by F. Wilser, of U. S. [10357 
© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 23, 
1916; E 386921; Frank Wilser, 
Yonkers, N. Y. 

There's a little old mother; words 

by M. Ketzer, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [10358 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387228; 

May Ketzer, Fort Richmond, N. Y. 

There's ragtime in the air; from 
Ziegfeld follies, 1916, lyric by Gene 
Buck, music by Dave Stamper, of 
U. S. [10359 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 386830; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

They are coming, Mother Country ; 
keep a good place at the front, words 
by R. C. Oldham, music by John 
Neat, of Great Britain. [10360 

© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384667; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

They're all carrying on the good, 
good work; words and music by 
Harry Gifford and Huntley Trevor, 
of Great Britain. [10361 

© June 7, 1916 : 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384679; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

They won't have me ; song from 
Half-past eight, words by Paul A. 
Rubens and Hugh Wright, music by 
Paul A. Rubens, of Great Britain. 

[10362 
© May 31, 1916; 1 c. June 7, 
1916 ; E 380581 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

This end up ; one or two-step, by Cliff 

Hess, of U. S., piano. [10363 

© June 19, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 

1916 ; E 386741 ; Waterson, Berlin & 

Snyder co., New York. 

This little flower; words by Geor- 
gena Whitehouse, music by Edward 
Lebegott, of U. S. Los Angeles, Mu- 
sician's publishing co. [10364 
© Aug. 18, 1915; 2 c. May 22, 
1916; E 387249; Colby and Pryibil, 
Los Angeles. 



Those roguish eyes of blue ; words 
and music by P. Doherty, of U. S. 

[10365 
© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386727; Philip Doherty, 
Muskegon Heights, Mich. 

Through lovers' lane; serenade by 
Jacques Henri, of Holland; orches- 
tra, and piano ace. [10366 
© May 18, 1916; 1 c. June 3, 
1916; E 380568; Hawkes & son, 
London. 

Time enough; a lullaby, words by 
Brian Hooker, music by Deems Tay- 
lor, of U. S., op. 10, no. 1; medium 
voice. [10367 

© June 12, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383927; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Time of youth. See Donizetti (Gae- 
tano) 

'TlS MERRY, 'TIS MERRY, IN AMERICA'S 

woods ; words by M. B. Telfer, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[10368 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387320; 

Mrs. Joseph Telfer, Milton, Canada. 

'TlS OUR LAST CALL FROM UNCLE SAM ; 

words by C. F. Zitting, music by 
R. A. Browne, of U. S. [10369 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 386876; 
Chas. F. Zitting, Idaho Falls, Id. 

To one beyond the sea ; words by 
Tenny Smith, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [10370 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387324; 
Tenny Smith, Brooklyn. 

To you; words by Marie Beatrice 
Gannon, music by M. S. Burkhardt, 
of U. S. ; key of F. [10371 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 386912; 
Marguerite S c h u t z Burkhardt, 
Meadville, Pa. 

Todaustreiben (Das) ; aus Des kna- 
ben wunderhorn, musik von Otto 
Taubmann, of Germany, op. 25; 
mannerchor a cappella; partitur. 
(Vier alte deutsche lieder, no. 3.) 

[10372 

© July 30, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 

1916 ; E 380931 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 

mann, Leipzig. [Copyright is 

claimed on mannerchor.] 



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TONLEITERSTUDIEN FUR VIOLTNE/ VOI1 

Josef Hellmesberger, neubearbeitung 
von Gustav Maeurer, of Austria ; vi- 
oline. Heft 1 und 2. [10373 

© Sept. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 380750; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky, ) Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on new ar- 
rangement.] 

Toten (Die) ; dichtung von Georg 
Merkel, musik von Fr. W. Trautner, 
of Germany, op. 62 ; 4 stimmiger ge- 
mischter chor ; partitur. [10374 

© June 10, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380792 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

Teagnee (Richaed) ; Vier schlichte 
geistliche gesange; nach dichtungen 
von Julius Sturm, musik von R. 
Tragner, of Germany, op. 35; ge- 
mischten chor, partitur. Contents : — 
1. Sei still zu Gott. — 2. Aus nacht 
zum licht. — 3. Im Gotteshaus. — 4. 
Mut. [10375 

© Aug. 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380881 ; C. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 

Tranen (Taeae) ; ged. von F. J. 
Tjutscheff, musik von Selim Palm- 
gren, of Germany ; ftinf st. manner- 
chor ; partitur. ( Beruhmte manner- 
chore des auslandes, no. 2.) [10376 
© Sept. 23, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381017; Fischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne. 

Teaumerei (Reveey) ; by Jean Sibe- 
lius, op. 34, rev. von A. Kleinecke, of 
Germanv ; klavier. ( Kleine stiicke, 
no. 6.) [10377 

© July 7, 19'15 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380786 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision.] 

Teaueemaesch ; von Hugo Kaun, of 
Germany, op. 101; klavier-ausgabe. 
(Deutsche marsche, no. 3.) [10378 
© Oct. 13, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380898 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 

orchester - partitur. (Deutsche 

marsche, no. 3.) [10379 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380899; Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig. 

Tbebmal ; by A. L. Stewart, of U. S. ; 

piano. [10380 

© 1 c. June 19, 1916 ; E 386733 ; 

Anna Lambert Stewart, Easton, Pa. 
Trio... See Juon .(Paul.) 



Teio in E moll; von Philipp Schar- 
wenka, of Germany, op. 121 ; klavier, 
violine und viola. (Edition Breit- 
kopf, no. 4756.) [10381 
© June 27, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380735 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

Tbistan und Isolde. See Wagner 
(Richard). 

Teiumph ; polnischer salon walzer, 
von Otto Junne, of Germany ; kla- 
vier. [10382 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380867; N. Simrock, g. m. 
b. h., Leipzig. 

Teue (The) way; words and music 

by A. Edmonds, of U. S. [10383 

© May 28, 1916; 2 e. June 26, 

1916; E 386887; Adele Edmonds, 

London, Ont, Canada. 

Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) Hu- 
moreske; composed by P. Tschai- 
kowsky, op. 10, no. 2, arr. by T. H. 
Rollinson, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 
(Concert ed. for orchestra, no. 506.) 

[10384 

© May 17, 1916; 2 c. June 16. 

1916; E 383917; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

TUEN BACK THE UNIVEESE AND GIVE ME 

yesteeday; by Ernest R. Ball, arr. 
by Geo. J. Trinkaus, of U. S. ; orch., 
key of C. 4to. [10385 

© July 28, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 387516 ; M. Witmark & sons. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Tutt 'e 'na maneea; versi di A. Cali- 
fano, musica di F. Buongiovanni, of 
Italy ; canto e mandolino. 4to. (Le 
canzoni di maggior successo, no. 
644.) [10386 

© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384370; Polyphon musik- 
werke, a. — g., Leipzig. 

Tutto e niente ; versi di Libero Bovio, 
musica di O. Cattedra, of Italy; 
canto e mandolino. 4to. (Le can- 
zoni della Polyphon, no. 654.) 

[10387 
© Sept. 8, 1914; 1 c. May 17, 
1916; E 384375; Polyphon musik- 
werke, a. — g., Leipzig. 
Twilight musings ; by George S. 
Schuler, of U. S. ; piano. [10388 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387121; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. ' 



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no. 8, 1916 



10406 



Twinkles ; novelette, by F. W. Van- 

dersloot, of U. S. ; piano. [10389 

© June 17, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 

1916; E 386721; Vandersloot music 

pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Twittering birds ; reverie, by L. 
Weber, of U. S. ; piano. Kansas 
City, Kan., Weber bros. [10390 

© June 2, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386918; Louis Weber, Kan- 
sas city, Kan. 

Two-key ( The ) rag ; words and music 

by Joe Hollander, of U. S. [10391 

© June 24, 1916: 2 c. June 24, 

1916; E 388105; H. Lesser & bro., 

New York. 

Two sketches. See Goossens (Eu- 
gene ) 

Tyrolese evensong ; words by Mrs. 
Hemans, music by Cyril Scott, of 
England; no. 1 in C. [10392 

© July 26; 1916: 1 c. July 27, 
1916; E 381118; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 

U 9 ; das war eine w T ilde, verwegene 
jagd, ged. von Karl Warnecke, mu- 
sik von August Thelen, of Germany, 
op. 67, no. 1; vierstimmig manner- 
chor, partitur. 4to. (Aus grosser 
zeit. no. 9.) [10393 

© Oct. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6. 1916 ; 
E 380740; P. J. Tonger, Cologne 
a/Rh., Germany. 

Ultimatum (The) ; march, by Chas. 
J. Rockwell, of U. S. ; mil. band. 
4to. (Standard ed. for military 
band, no. 306) [10394 

© June 9, 1916: 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383928; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Uncle Sam ; words by C. Pineo, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[10395 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387329; 

Charlotte Pineo, Brandon, Canada. 

words by J. J. Gallagher, music 

by G. H. Madin. of U. S. [10396 

© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 383976; 
J. J. Gallagher & Geo. H. Madin, 
San Francisco. 

Uncle Sammy Lee ; words by E. Lee, 

Jr., music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [10397 

© 1 c. July 6. 1916; E 387150; 

Edward Lee, jr., Lordville, N. Y. 



Uncle Tom ; one step march by Hugo 
Frey, arr. by James C. McCabe, of 
U. S. ; band. 4to. [10398 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388164; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Under the hickory nut tree; words 
by J. Judge, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [10399 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387153; 
James Judge, Plainsville, Pa. 

Under-neath the Spanish moon ; by 
D. Boucher, of U. S. ; piano. [10400 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387185; 
Dorothy Boucher, Washington. 

United (The) States army; march 
by H. J. Crosby, of U. S. ; band obi. 
32mo. [10401 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 17, 
1916 ; E 388155 ; Cundy-Bettoney co., 
Boston. 

Unspoken (The) question; words 
and music by B. Mons, of U. S., arr. 
by Eugene Platzman, of U. S. 

[10402 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387060; 

Birdie Mons, Port Washington, N. Y. 

Up in the swing ; characteristic piece, 
by Marie Crosby, of U. S., op. 45, 
no. 2 ; piano. (A day in the park, 
no. 2) [10403 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387110; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Vak upp (Wach auf ) ; worte von Os- 
car II., konig von Schweden, musik 
von Fritz Fleck, of Germany ; aus- 
gabe fur mittlere stimme mit kla- 
vierbegl. [10404 

© Aug. 10, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381022; P. J. Tonger, Co- 
logne a/Rh., Germany. 

Valse joyeuse; by Theodora Dutton, 
of U. S. ; violin and piano. (Two 
melodious pieces) [10405 

© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 18, 
1916; E 387384; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Valse mignonne. See Silhouettes. 

Valse minore ; by Edward C. Free- 
man, of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. 

[10406 
© May 26, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386737; Walter Jacobs, 
Boston. 



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Valse violette; by G. M. Dery, of 

U. S. ; piano solo. [10407 

© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 

1916; E 386718; George M. Dery, 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Vaeiationen band 2. See Beethoven 
(Ludwig van) 

Vaeiationen nos. 1-6. See Beethoven 
(Ludwig van) 

Vaterland (Das) ; ged. von Leo 
Sternberg, musik von Karl Bleyle, 
of Austria, op. 30, no. 2; fur eine 
singstimme mit klavierbegl. 
(Deutsche kriegs-und soldatenlieder, 
no. 2.) [10408 

© June 10, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 
1916 ; E 380776 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

Velorenes gluck. See Heymann- 
Rheineck (Carl) Fiinf lieder. 

Verkaufte (Die) bratjt ; fantasie und 
sextett aus der oper von Fr. Sme- 
tana, arr. von Hans Trnecek. of 
Austria, op. 76 ; harfe allein. [10409 
© Aug. 3. 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380866; Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Verona waltzes ; by A. Nelson, of 
U. S. ; 1st violin. [10410 

© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 388018; 
Albert Nelson, Wheaton, Minn. 

Vesper bells ; words by Thomas 

Moore, music by John Urich, of 

Great Britain. [10411 

© May 31, 1916 ; 1 c. June 3, 1916 ; 

E 380563 ; Weekes & co., London. 

VlER SCHLICHTE GEISTLICHE GESANGE. 

See Tragner (Richard) 

Village (The) in the valley; words 

bv J. C. Mulcahy, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [10412 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387146; 

J. C. Mulcahy, Lewiston, Id. 

Virginia from Virginia, wait for me ; 
words by David S. Jacobs, music by 
David S. Jacobs and Chas. Roy Cox, 
of U. S. [10413 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386883 ; Buckeye music pub. 
co., Columbus, O. 

Vision. See Kronmyrth (L. Giinther 
v. ) 3 ernste lieder. 

Vivaldi-concertos. See Bach (J. S.) 
Klavierwerke band XII. 



Voices of spring (Friihlingsstim- 
men) ; valse by Johann Strauss, op. 
410, ed. by Andor Pinter, of U. S. ; 
piano. [10414 

© July 28, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916; E 387517; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

Volkslied; ged. u. musik von Fritz 
Fleck, of Germany; ausgabe fur 
mittlere stimme, und klavier. [10415 
© Sept. 25. 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381024; P. J. Tonger, Co- 
logne a/Rh., Germany. 

Volunteer choir, v. 3, no 10, July, 
1916. cover-title, p. 146-159. 4to. 

[10416 
© June 22, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. July 
7, 1916; A 432913; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Von der landstrasse ; sieben stucke 
von Hugo Kaun, of Germany, op. 
102, fur das pianoforte, in mittlerer 
schwiesigkeit, komplet in 1 heft, nos. 
1-7. [10417 

© Oct. 21, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380896 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 

Von feld zu feld. See Karg-Elert 
(Sigfrid) Sechs kriegslieder im 
volston. 

Wagner (Richard) Gebet der Elisa- 
beth; aus Tannhauser, von R. Wag- 
ner ; bearbeitung von Karl Kampf, 
of Germany, fur normal-harmonium, 
mit uberlegtem text. [10418 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 381065; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Leichte stucke (easy pieces) ; 

von R. Wagner, bearbeitet von Lud- 
wig Klee, of Germany ; piano solo. 
(Edition Breitkopf, no. 1069.) 

[10419 

© Oct. 25, 1915; 1 c. July 6, 

1916 ; E 380769 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on new arrangement.] 

Rheingold (Das) ; einzug der got- 

ter in Walhall, musik von R. Wag- 
ner, herausgegeben von W. Hut- 
schenruyter, of Holland; grosses 
orchester, partitur. ( Edition Breit- 
kopf, no. 2418.) [10420 
© June 25, 1916; 1 c. July 6. 
1916; E 380771; Breitkopf & Har- 
tel, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new arrangement.] 



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no. 8, 1916 



10438 



Wagner ( Rich aed ) — Continued. 

Siegfried; opera de R. Wagner, 

transcription par Edouard Dorn, of 
England, op. 39, no. 59; piano. 

[10421 
© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381039; Johann Andr§, Of- 
fenbach a. Main, Germany. [Copy- 
right is claimed on transcription.] 

Tristan und Isolde; opera de R. 

Wagner, transcription par Edouard 
Dorn. of England, op. 39, no. 57; 
piano. [10422 

© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381038; Johann Andre, Of- 
fenbach a. Main, Germany. [Copy- 
right is claimed on transcription.] 
Wake up sweet melody; words by 
Thomas Moore, music by David 
Brooke, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[10423 
© June 22, 1916; 2 c. June 24, 
1916 ; E 388111 ; J. S. Fearis & bro., 
Chicago. 
Walking the dog; from The passing 
show of 1916, lyrics by Harold At- 
teridge, music by Otto Motzan, of 
Austria, domiciled at New York. 

[10424 
© June 28, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 386979; G. Schirmer, New- 
York. 
Waltz. See Kronke (Emil). 
Walzee. See Sibelius (Jean). 
Wann die musik spielt ; lied aus dem 
operetten-idyll, Auf befehl der her- 
zogin, musik von Bruno Granich- 
staedten, arr. von Martin Uhl, of 
Austria. 1. Salon orchester. 4to. 
2. Wiener quartett, violine obligat, 
ler violine, guitarre u. akkordion. 

[10425, 10426 

© May 7, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 15, 

1916 ; E 380871, 381030 ; W. Karczag, 

Vienna. [Copyright is claimed on 

new arrangement.] 

lied aus dem operettenidyll, auf 

befehl der kaiserin, musik von Bru- 
no Granichstaedten, arr. von Martin 
Uhl, of Austria ; orch. r 10427 

© Oct. 16, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381020; W. Karczag, Vi- 
enna. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 
Was steahlt doet duech die nacht 
(What dazzling wondrous light) ; 
worte unbekannt, musik von H. A. 
Schumacher, of U. S. 4to. (Compo- 
sitionen fur gemischten chor, no. 
11.) [German and English words.] 

[10428 
© June 19, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386739; H. A. Schumacher, 
Watertown, Wis. 



Wasting time; words by Marion 

Moore, music by Arthur Mann, of 

U. S. [10429 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387313; 

Mary A. Teter, Zuni, N. M. 

'Way ovee home ; words and music by 
R. P. Weston and Bert Lee, of Great 
Britain. [10430 

© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384668; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

We aee with you, Woodeow Wilson ; 
words by W. J. Carlin, music by 
Harry Gordon Mcintosh, of U. S. 

[10431 

© 1 c. June 30, 1916; E 386987; 

William James Carlin, Vallejo, Cal. 

We'll all have a holiday in the 
summeetime ; words and music by 
R. P. Weston and Bert Lee, of Great 
Britain. [10432 

© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384656; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

We mean to get oue own back ; words 
by Geoffrey Kent, music by Noel 
Johnson, of England. 1. No. 1, in B 
flat. 2. No. 2, in C. [10433,10434 
© July 19, 1916; 1 c. each July 
20, 1916; E 381072; 381073; G. Ri- 
cordi & co., Milan. 

We weee told to seek moee love 
than" gold ; words by O. Knutsvik, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[10435 
© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387241; 
Ole Knutsvik, Rush Lake, Sask., 
Canada. 

We will fight when we know oue 
cause is just ; words and music by 
L. O. Goodwin, of U. S. [10436 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387145; 
Leonard O. Goodwin, Centerville, 
R. I. 

Wenn die steene leuchten ; lied, text 
von Karl Romer (E. Holstein), 
musik von Hans v. Frankowski, of 
Austria, op. 57 ; gesang und piano. 

[10437 
© May 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380758 ; Josef Blaha, Vienna. 

von Hans von Frankowski, of 

Austria [op. 57] ; salonorchester. 
4to. [10438 

© May 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380751 ; Jos. Blaha, Vienna. 



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10439 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Wenn Johanniskafer gluhen ; lied 

von Turl Wiener, of Austria ; salon- 

orchester. 4 to. [10439 

© May 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 

E 380756 ; J. Blaha, Vienna. 

Text unci musik von Turl Wiener, 

of Austria ; gesang unci piano. 

[10440 
© June 15, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380755 ; Josef Blaha, Vienna. 

What would I do without you ; lyric 

by Jack Frost, music by E. Clinton 

Keithley, of U. S. [10441 

© 1 c. June 30, 1916; E 386984; 

Frank K. Root & co., Chicago. 

When a harvest moon is rising; 

words by E. A. Battell, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [10442 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387315; 

Earl A. Battell, Burlingame, Cal. 

When all is fair; by Frederick A. 
Williams, of U. S.,' op. 92 ; piano. 

[10443 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387111; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

When first you smiled on me ; words 
by Ralph and Ray Stanley, music by 
Leslie Alleyn, of Great Britain. 

[10444 
© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384678; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

When I die send me to my maw ; mu- 
sic composed and arr. by J. Russel 
Robinson, of U. S. ; orchestra, origi- 
nal key of C. 4to. [10445 
© June 14, 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916; E 383975; Warner C. Wil- 
liams, Indianapolis. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

When I dream of home sweet home; 

words by Bob. La Salle, music by R. 

Reeves, of U. S. [10446 

© 1 c. June 21, 1916 ; E 386822 ; 

Richard Reeves, Philadelphia. 

When I fall heir to you ; words and 
music by M. Slasburg, of U. S. 

[10447 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387154; 
Morris Slasburg, Los Angeles. 

When in the moonlight ; words and 
music by Dorothy Fyfe, of U. S. 

[10448 

*© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 
1916 ; E 387253.; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 



When our boys reach Berlin ; words 
and music by A. Beggs, of Canada, 
arr. by Jules Brazil, of Canada. New 
York & London, The Frederick Har- 
ris co. ; [and] Toronto, The Hawkes 
& Harris music co. [10449 

© May 31, 1916 ; 1 c. June 1, 1916 ; 
E 384381 ; Agnes Beggs, Toronto. 

When our fighting blood is up, see 
what we'll do ; words and music by 
Mrs. M. L. Spangler, of U. S. Mil- 
lerstown, Pa., Franklin-Clason music 
co. [10450 

© June 9, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916 ; E 386746 ; Mrs. M. L. Spangler, 
Millerstown, Pa. 

When Paderewski plays ; words and 
music by R. P. Weston, and Bert 
Lee, of Great Britain. [10451 

© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384654; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

When shadows fall; lyric by Jack 

Frost, music by E. Clinton Keithley, 

of U. S. [10452 

© 1 c. June 30, 1916; E 386985; 

Frank K. Root & co., Chicago. 

When the lads come home ; words 
and music by R. P. Weston and Bert 
Lee, of Great Britain. [10453 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 384665; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

When the lights are low ; from 
Ziegfeld follies, 1916, words by Gene 
Buck, music by Jerome Kern, of 
U. S. [10454 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 386831; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

When the right girl comes along ; 
words by W. Singletary, music by 
Henri Therrien, of U. S. [10455 

© May 27, 1916; 2 c. May 24, 
1916; E 386042; Will Singletary, 
Houston, Tex. 

When this cruel war is over ; words 
by W. Blackshaw, music by J. E. 
Anclino, of U. S. [10456 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386903; Wm. Blackshaw, 
So. Huntington, N. Y. 

When twilight falls ; waltz by Au- 
gust Nolck, of Germany, op. 201; 
pianoforte. [10457 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E '381071; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



682 



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no. 8, 1916 



10474 



When we were in our teens ; words 

and music by A. Hair, of U. S. ; arr. 

by W. L. Needham, of U. S. [10458 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 386873; 

Ada Hair, Ozona, Tex. 

When you drop off at Cairo, Illi- 
nois ; from Step this way, words by 
E. Ray Goetz and Cliff Hess, music 
by Cliff Hess, of U. S. [10459 

© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E. 388118 ; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 

When you hear the echo from the 
Blue Ridge to the Alleghanies ; 
words by L. H. Staubly, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [10460 
© 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; E 387148 ; L. 
H. Staubly, Palmers, Md. 

When you're mine, when I'm yours, 
when we're both each other's ; 
duet, words and music by R. P. 
Weston and Jack Norworth, of Eng- 
land. [10461 
© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384657; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

When you sang My old Kentucky 
home to me ; words by C. Raymond, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [10462 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E 387135; 
C. R. Tringer, Guide Rock, Neb. 

When you were the maid in the 
dairy, and i was the boy down on 
the farm ; lyric by J. Brandon 
Walsh, music by Terry Sherman, of 
U. S. ' [10463 

© June 15, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386722; Tell Taylor, Chi- 
cago. 

Where are you going to, my pretty 
maid; humorous part song, by Al- 
fred J. Caldicott [and] The storm 
at sea ; by Durner : ed. by Walter H. 
Aiken, of U. S. ; male voices. 4to. 
(The Willis collection, no. 171.) 

[10464 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 387204; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Where she lies asleep; words by 
Mary E. Coleridge, music by Frank 
Bridge, of England; medium voice 
with piano ace. [10465 

© June 23, 1916; 1 c. July 14, 
1916; E 384703; G. Schirmer, ltd., 
London. 



Where the stage coach winds its 
way among the hills ; words by G. 
E. Smith, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [10466 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387305; 
G. E. Smith, Oklahoma City, Okl. 

Who can read a mother; words by 

M. L. Gaines, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [10467 

© 1 c. June 20, 1916; E 383981; 

M. L. Gaines, Pontiac, Mich. 

Why do you not come home, lad; 

words by R. Fleener, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington, of U. S. [10468 

© 1 c. July 6, 1916; E. 387167; 

Ralph Fleener, Butte, Mont. 

Wiegenlied; von Paul Juon, of Ger- 
many, op. 64, no. 2 ; violine und pi- 
ano. (Acht violinstucke, no. 2.) 

[10469 
© Oct. 14, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380926; Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig. 

(Wegenleed) ; lied eines deutschen 

kriegers in den schutzengraben bei 
Roye, hochdeutsch und musik, von 
Kamillo Horn, of Germany, werk 66, 
no. 3. Hoch- und plattdeutsch. 
(Kriegslieder 1915, no. 3.) [10470 
© Nov. 25, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381037; C. F. Kahnt nach- 
folger, Leipzig. 

Wiener (Das) lied; aus der operette, 
Botschafterin Leni, musik von Leo 
Ascher, arr. von Martin Uhl, of Aus- 
tria ; salonorchester. 4to. [10471 
© Mar. 20, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 381059 ; Adolph Robitschek, 
Vienna. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Wiener (Ein) walzer; text und mu- 
sik von Ralph Benatzky, arr. von 
Otto Lindemann, of Germany ; salon- 
orchester. 4 to. [10472 
© Aug. 28, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380759 ; Drei masken-verlag, g. m. 
b. h., Munich. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

worte und musik von Ralph Be- 

natsky, of Austria; gesang u. kla- 
vier. [10473 

© Aug. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 

E 380765 ; Drei masken-verlag, g. m. 

b. h., Munich. 

Wild flowers ; words and music by 

Ellen May, of U. S. [10474 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916 ; E 386889 ; Maude Ellen Lynch, 
Sioux City, Iowa. 



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10475 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Wild-wood waltz ; by H. L. Spradling, 

of U. S. ; violin. [10475 

© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 386877; 

Herbert L. Spradling, Miles City, 

Mont. 

Will sweet peas be butterflies 
when they go to heaven? words by 
Mrs. B. F. Knight, music by J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. [10476 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386891; Mrs. Bertie Frye 
Knight, MacLeansboro, 111. 

Will you be my sweetheart for to- 
night ; from the production, Sam- 
ples, words by Harry Grattan, mu- 
sic by Herman Darewski, of Great 
Britain. [10477 

© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 384648; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. 

Will you love me when I'm old like 
grandma? words by La Vanche 
Spring, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [10478 
© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387234; 
La Vanche Spring, Oak Park, 111. 

Will you wait, little girl, for me? 
words and music by Max Clay, of 
U. S. Boston, Mass., D. W. Cooper 
publishing co. [10479 

© June 22, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386925; David W. Cooper, 
Boston. 

William ; intro. Willie we have missed 
you, music by George Spencer, of 
U. S. ; piano, words ad lib. [10480 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387065; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Wir mussen siegen ; text von Frigor, 
musik von Kamillo Horn, of Ger- 
many, werk 66, no. 2 ; gesang und 
klavier. (Kriegslieder 1915, no. 2) 

[10481 
© Jan. 15, 1916; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381028; C. F. Kahnt nach- 
folger, Leipzig. 

Wishbone wishes ; three step, by 
Wallace Vincent, of U. S. ; piano. 

[10482 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388144; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 
With manhood's pride, always say 
No; words by Mrs. A. E. Williams, 
music by Luther A. Clark, of U. S. 

[10483 
© June 5, 1916; 2 c. June 21, 
1916; E 386920; Anna Emison Wil- 
liams, Jacksonville, Fla. 



With the colors; march, by Louis 
Panella, of U. S. ; mil. band. 4to. 
(Standard ed. for military band, no. 
305) [10484 

© June 9, 1916; 2. c. June 16, 
1916; E 383929; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

With the lads in khaki ; words and 
music by Cpl. G. Buchanan, of Eng- 
gland. [10485 

© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 384634; Newman pub. co„. 
ltd., London. 

Woman's (A) last word; words by 
Robert Browning, music by Rudolph 
Ganz, of Switzerland. 1. E flat. 2. 
G flat. [10486, 10487 

© July 28, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 29, 
1916 ; E 387520, 387521 ; H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 

Wonderful Spain ; words by Douglas: 
Furber, music by A. Emmett Adams, 
of England. [10488' 

© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 6, 1916; 
E 384633; Newman pub. co., ltd.„ 
London. 

W t onne der wehmut. See Goethe- 
lieder cyklus. 

W'on't you be my girl ; words and mu- 
sic by U. G. Heltibridle, of U. S. 
Baltimore, Md., Maryland music 
pub. co. [10489* 

© July 6, 1916; 2 c, July 6, 1916'; 
E 387184; H. Federoff, Baltimore. 

Won't you come back to old Ten- 
nessee; words and music by Wm. 
A. (Billy) English, jr., of IX. S. 

[10490 
© June 29, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 386997; English-Gray-Rut- 
ter, Philadelphia. 

Woodrow Wilson four years more ; 
words and music by W. M. Treloar, 
of U. S. [10491 

© June 14, 1916; 2 c. June 19; 
1916 ; E 386754 ; Treloar music co., 
St. Louis. 

World's (The) peace anthem ; words 
and music by W. W. Chappie, of 
U. S. [Two sets of words] Con- 
tents: pt. 1. A prayer. — pt. 2. The 
dove of peace. [10492 

© May 25, 1916: 2 c. May 26, 
1916; E 387191; WOMam> Wayco.tt 
Chappie, St Paul. 



684 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 8, 1916 



10504 



World's (The) progress; march, by 
Victor Herbert, of U. S. ; piano. 

[10493 
© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387123 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Write your mother to-night; words 

by W. F. Eberle, music by J. E. An- 

dino, of U. S. [10494 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387309; 

Wm. F. Eberle, Chicago. 

Wyoming girl; words and music by 
A. C. Rhea, of U. S. [10495 

© 1 c. June 30, 1916; E 386988; 
Adelaide Culp Rhea, Arvada, Col. 

You ain't no relation of mine ; words 

by G. H. O'Connor, music by Martin 

Horn, of U. S. [10496 

© 1 c. June 30, 1916; E 386989; 

George H. O'Connor, Washington. 

You are my gem ; words by D. P. 
Hendry, music by Baird Bayther, of 
Scotland. [10497 

© Apr. 10, 1916; 1 c. May 23, 
1916 ; E 384694 ; D. P. Hendry, Hurl- 
ford, Scotland. 

You'd better see America first ; from 
The passing show of 1916, words by 
Harold R. Atteridge, music by Phil 
Schwartz, of U. S. [10498 

© June 27, 1916 ; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388142; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

YOU MAY KISS WHOM YOU PLEASE WITH 

your blarney ; words by Samuel 
Lover, music by Geoffrey O'Hara, of 
U. S. [10499 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 11, 
1916; E 387259; G. Ricordi & CO., 
inc., New York. 



You, only you; words by H. Erick- 
son, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[10500 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 387236; 

Hjalmar Erickson, Red Wing, Minn. 

You're a dangerous girl ; by Grant 
Clarke and James V. Monaco, of 
U. S. ; cornet solo with band ace. 
4to. [10501 

© June 21, 1916; 2 c. June 22, 
1916 ; E 388040 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

YOU WILL BE TO ME THE FAIREST 

flower; words and music by P. 
Doherty, of U. S. [10502 

© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916; E 386725; Philip Doherty, 
Muskegon Heights, Mich. 
Your best friend is always near ; 
words by Isabel C. Allam, music by 
E. O. Excell, of U. S. [10503 

© June 22, 1916; 2 c. June 24, 
1916; E 388107; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

Zehn lieder im yolkston zur laute. 
See Kronmyrth (L. Giinther v.) 

ZWEI LIEDER FUR DAS DEUTSCHE HAUS. 

See Haag (Friedrich) 

Zwischen see und sumpf ; ged. von 
P. Ansgar Pollmann, musik von 
Gertrud grafin Btilow von Denne- 
witz, of Germany ; eine singstimme 
mit pianoforte. (Deutsche lieder, 
neue folge, no. 11) [10504 

© July 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380874 ; C. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 

3 ernste lieder. See Kronmyrth 
(L. G. v.) 

12 lieder zur laute. See Koort 
(Olga) 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1916 : 
Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 25 unpub- 
lished) 48 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 1,945 unpublished) 10,456 

Total 10,504 



685 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [10504 



Arise and follow; words by J. H. 
Sammis, music by D. B. Towner. 

[1 
© by D. B. Towner, Chicago, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8584, July 18, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Mar. 26, 1889, no. 9593. 

As pants the hart; words from 
Psalm 42, 1-4, 7, 10, music by James 
McGranahan. [2 

© by David R. Gilbert, Warren, 
O., as executor, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8594, July 18, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 21, 1889, 
no. 6014. 

Ave Maria; duet or two part chorus, 
by Wm. Dressier ; female voices. [3 
© by Agnes M. Dressier,, New 
York, as child of the deceased au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8629, Aug. 8, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Sept. 20, 1888, no. 26968. 

Before the daybreak ; words by Bour- 
dillon, music by Ethelbert Nevin, op. 
5, no. 5. [4 

© by Mrs. Ethelbert Nevin, New 
York, as widow, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8579, July 17, 
1916. Original entry, July 8, 1889, 
no. 21227. 

Beloved land ; centennial hymn, words 
by G. W. Crofts, music by D. B. 
Towner. [5 

© by Daniel Brink Towner, Chi- 
cago, as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8589, July 18, 
1916. Original entry, Apr. 16, 1889, 
no. 11976. 

Bide a wee; Scotch fantasie, by A. E. 
Harris ; violin with piano ace. [6 

© by Arthur E. Harris, Boston, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8571, July 10, 1916. 
Original entry, June 17, 1889, no. 
18587. 

Blue bells of Scotland ; fantasie, by 
A. E. Harris ; violin with piano ace. 

[7 
© by Arthur E. Harris, Boston, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8572, July 10, 1916. 
Original entry, June 17, 1889, no. 
18588. 



Chanson (La) des lavandieres ; 
words by V. Hugo, out of Ruy Bias, 
music by Ethelbert Nevin, op. 5, 
no. 2. [8 

© by Mrs. Ethelbert Nevin, New 
York, as widow, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8576, July 17, 
1916. Original entry, July 8, 1889, 
no. 21224. 

Daffodil waltz ; by Lillie I. Pflueger ; 
piano or organ. [9 

© by Lillie I. Mackey, Northamp- 
ton, Pa., as author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8615, Aug. 3, 
1916. Original entry, Dec. 15, 1888, 
no. 35738. 

Dance (The) of the demon; by Edu- 
ard Hoist. [10 

© by Mrs. Wm. Thriege, Copen- 
hagen, as next of kin of the author 
who is not living, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8601, July 24, 
1916. Original entry, July 25, 1888. 
no. 21442. 

Gavotte; by E. Pirani, op. 25, no. 1, 
as played by J. Hofmann, rev. and 
fingered by William Mason. [11 
© by Mrs. H. van Sinderen % 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8621, Aug. 8, 1916. Original entry, 
Aug. 10, 1888, no. 23132. 

God shall guard from every ill; 
words from Psalm 121, music by 
James McGranahan. [12 

© by David R. Gilbert, Warren, 
O., as executor, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8593, July 18, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 21, 1889, 
no. 6013. 

Good (The) old days; words by G. 
W. Crofts, music by D. B. Towner. 

[13 
© by D. B. Towner, Chicago, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8588, July 18, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Apr. 16, 1889, no. 11975. 

Happy in the Lord; words by J. H. 
Sammis, music by D. B. Towner. 

[14 
© by D. B. Towner, Chicago, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8583, July 18, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Mar. 26, 1889, no. 9591. 



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10504 (15) 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Harrigan and Braham's songs ; arr. 
by A. Bauer ; banjo. [15 

© by A. Bauer, Scranton, Pa., as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8624, Aug. 8, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Sept. 10, 1888, no. 25829. 

Herbstgefuhl ; by Ethelbert Nevin, 
op. 5, no. 1. [16 

© by Mrs. Ethelbert Nevin, New 
York, as widow, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8575, July 17, 
1916. Original entry, July 8, 1889, 
no. 21223. 

I KNOW WHOM I HAVE BELIEVED ; WOrdS 

by El Nathan, music by James Mc- 
Granahan. [17 

© by David R. Gilbert, Warren, 
O., as executor, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8590. July 18, 
1916. Original entry, Oct. 10, 1888, 
no. 28899. 

IS MY NAME THERE? WOrdS by G. W. 

Crofts, music by D. B. Towner. [18 
© by Daniel Brink Towner, Chi- 
cago, as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8586, July 18, 
1916. Original entry, Mar. 26, 1889, 
no. 9595. 

Isabelle St. Clair ; words by Edward 
Harrigan, music by Dave Braham. 

[19 
© by Geo. Braham, New York, as 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8627, Aug. 8, 1916. Original entry, 
Sept. 17, 1888, no. 26641. 

June-bugs (The) dance; polka-rondo, 
by Eduard Hoist ; piano. [20 

© by Mrs. Wm. Thriege, Copen- 
hagen, as next of kin of the author 
who is not living, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal No. 8602, July 25, 
1916. Original entry, Aug. 7, 1888, 
no. 22796. 

Knights of the Golden eagle march ; 
by H. E. Ruhe ; piano or organ. [21 
© by Harrison E. Ruhe, Allen- 
town, Pa., as author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8613, Aug. 
3, ±916. Original entry, Aug. 20, 
1888, no. 23865. 

Let people praise Thee; words from 
Psalm 67, music by James McGrana- 
han. [22 

© by David R. Gilbert, Warren, 
O., as executor, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8595, July 18, 
1916-. Original entry, Feb. 21, 1889, 
no. 6015. 



Little Joe; words by C. E. Addison, 
music by D. B. Towner. [23 

© by D. B. Towner, Chicago, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8587, July 18, 1916. 
Original entry, Apr. 16, 1889, no. 
11974. 

Loved ones in glory; words by J. H. 
Sammis, music by D. B. Towner. 

[24 
© by D. B. Towner, Chicago, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8580, July 18, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Jan. 31, 1889, no. 3731. 

Lullaby ; fantasie, by A. E. Harris ; 

violin, with piano ace. [25 

© by Arthur E. Harris, Boston, 

as author, in renewal for 28 years. 

Renewal no. 8570, July 10, 1916. 

Original entry, Apr. 10, 1889, no. 

11421. 

Midnight (The) squad; words by Ed- 
ward Harrigan, music by Dave 
Braham. [26 

© by Geo. Braham, New York, as 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8628, Aug. 8, 1916. Original entry, 
Sept. 17, 1888, no. 26642. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Violet 
(The) ; by W. A. Mozart, transcrip- 
tion by Theo. Kullack, op. Ill, no. 3, 
rev. and fingered by William Mason. 

[27 
© by Mrs. H. van Sinderen, % 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8622, Aug. 8, 1916. Original entry, 
Aug. 10, 1888, no. 23133. 

O come let us worship; by George 
F. Root. [28 

© by F. W. Root and Clara Louise 
Burnham, Chicago, as children of 
the deceased author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8619, Aug. 7, 
1916. Original entry, Aug. 10, 1888, 
no. 23162. 

O LOVE STAY BY AND SING J WOrdS by 

T. Russell Sullivan, music by A. 
Whiting. [29 

© by Arthur Whiting, New York, 
as author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal .no. 8574, July 17, 1916. 
Original entry, Mar. 9, 1889, no. 
7741. 



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O taste and see; words from Psalm 
34, 2-6, music by James McGrana- 
han. [30 
© by David R. Gilbert, Warren, 
O., as executor, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8597, July 18, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 21, 1889, 
no. 6017. 

Oh ! my love's like a eed, bed eose ; 
quartette, words by Robert Burns, 
music by A. G. Robyn ; mixed voices. 

[31 
© by Alfred G. Robyn, New York, 
as author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8630, Aug. 8, 1916. 
Original entry, Sept. 20, 1888, no. 
26969. 

Old boss Baeey; words by Edward 
Harrigan, music by Dave Braham. 

[32 
© by Geo. Braham, New York, as 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal No. 
8625, Aug. 8, 1916. Original entry, 
Sept. 17, 1888, no. 26639. 

On to the battle (Muthig zum 
kampf ) ; march triumphale, by Ed- 
uard Hoist; piano. [33 

© by Mrs. T. Thrige, Copenhagen, 
as next of kin of the author who is 
not living, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal No. 8636, July 25, 1916. 
Original entry, July 25, 1888, no. 
21443. 

OUE STEENGTH AND EEFUGE ; WOrdS 

from Psalm 46, 1-4, music by James 
McGranahan. [34 

© by David R. Gilbert, Warren, 
O., as executor in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8598, July 18, 
1916. Original entry, June 8, 1889, 
no. 17495. 

Pateick's Day paeade ; original sketch 
and song by Ed Harrigan, music by 
David Braham. [35 

© by Geo. Braham, New York, as 
child of the deceased author, in ex- 
tension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
8631 ; Aug. 8, 1916. Renewal entry, 
Aug. 8, 1902, no. C 31122. 

Peaise God foe He is kind; words 
from Psalm 136, 1-4, 11, music by 
James McGranahan. [36 

© by David R. Gilbert, Warren, 
Ohio, as executor, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8596, July 18, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 21, 1889, 
no. 6016. 



Peaise Jehovah ; words from Psalm 
117 and 148 — 1, 6, 7, music by James 
McGranahan. [37 

© by David R. Gilbert, Warren, 
Ohio, as executor, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8592, July 18, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 21, 1889, 
no. 6012. 

Raft song; words by Margaret De- 
land, music by Ethelbert Nevin, op. 
5, no. 4. [38 

- © by Mrs. Ethelbert Nevin, New 
York, as widow, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no 8578, July 17, 
1916. Original entry, July 8, 1889, 
no. 21226. 

Receeation polka; by H. E. Ruhe; 
piano or organ. [39 

© by Harrison E. Ruhe, Allen- 
town, Pa., as author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8614, Aug. 3, 
1916. Original entry, Oct. 16, 1888, 
no. 29372. 

Romanze; by G. Tyson- Wolff, op. 42, 
no. 1, ed. by H. W. Nicholl ; violin 
and piano. [40 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8617, Aug. 5, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Aug. 7, 1888, no. 22766. 

Romanzetta; by G. Tyson- Wolff, op. 
42, no. 2, ed. by H. W. Nicholl; 
piano and violin. [41 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8618, Aug. 5, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Aug. 7, 1888, no. 22767. 

Roses ; by G. C. Gow, op. 2, no. 1. [42 

© by George Coleman Gow, Pough- 
keepsie, N. Y., as author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8573, 
July 17, 1916. Original entry, Dec. 
31, 1888, no. 38194. 

Saint Saens (Charles Camille) ; Al- 
ceste de Gluck; caprice, by C. Saint 
Saens, rev. and fingered by William 
Mason. [43 

© by Mrs. H. van Sinderen, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, as 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8635, Aug. 10, 1916. Original entry, 
Aug. 21, 1888, no. 23955. 



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Shall you, shall I; words by G. M. 
J., subject from M. E. J., music by 
James McGranahan. [44 

© by David R. Gilbert, Warren, 
Ohio, as executor, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8591, July 18, 
1916. Original entry, Oct. 25, 1888, 
no. 30394. 

Soldiers (The) are coming! (Die 
soldaten kommen ! ) characteristic 
tone piece, by Paul Weiss, op. 33, ed. 
by H. W. Nicholl; piano, 4ms. [45 
© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8634, Aug. 9, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Aug. 15, 1888, no. 23539. 

Step by step ; words by G. W. Crofts, 
music by D. B. Towner. [46 

© by Daniel B. Towner, Chicago, 
as author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8582, July 18, 1916. 
Original entry, Mar. 26, 1889, no. 
9590. 

Suite allegro moderato ; waltz, ro- 
mance, gavotte and fugue, by Rudolf 
Bihl, op. 62, ed. by H. W. Nicholl; 
pianoforte, 4 hands. [47 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8633, Aug. 9, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Aug. 15, 1888, no. 23538. 

This I know ; words by G. W. Crofts, 
music by D. B. Towner. [48 

© by Daniel B. Towner, Chicago, 
as author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8585, July 18, 1916. 
Original entry, Mar. 26, 1889, no. 
9594. 



Titania; waltz song, words by Mary 
D. Brine, music by J. Sloman Tor- 
rey. [49 

© by Jane S. Torrey, Brooklyn, as 
author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 8632, Aug. 8, 1916. Re- 
newal entry, Sept. 29, 1902, no. C 
33629. 

'Twas April; words by Pailleron, mu- 
sic by Ethelbert Nevin, op. 5, no. 3. 

[50 
© by Mrs. Ethelbert Nevin, New 
York, as widow, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8577, July 17, 
1916. Original entry, July 8, 1889, 
no. 21225. 

Wages of sin is death ; words by J. 
H. Sammis, music by D. B. Towner. 

[51 
© by D. B. Towner, Chicago, as 

author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8581, July 18, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Jan. 31, 1889, no. 3732. 

Wagner (Richard) Walkiire (Die) ; 
by R. Wagner, transcription by 
Richard Hoffman, op. 92 ; piano. [52 
© by Mrs. Richard Hoffman, % 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as widow, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8623, Aug. 8, 1916. 
Original entry, Aug. 10, 1888, no. 
23134. 

Where the sparrows and chippies 
parade; words by Edward Harri- 
gan, music by Dave Braham. [53 
© by Geo. Braham, New York, as 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8626, Aug. 8, 1916. Original entry, 
Sept. 17, 1888, no. 26640. 



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LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. (1) E OF THE 
ACT OF MAR. 4, 1909. [10504 



Alexandek fox teot. [54 

© Karczag pub. co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 25, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 18. 

Alexander one step. [55 

© Karczag pub. co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 25, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 18. 

Baby ; lullaby. [56 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd July 29, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 

Bachelor days ; from Follies of 1916. 

[57 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

July 22, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 

Betty waltz; arr. by H. M. Higgs. 

[58 
© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 21. 

Blue Monday. [59 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd July 29, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 19. 

Bonnie wee thing; words by Robert 

Burns, music by Liza Lehmann. [60 

© Boosey & co., New York. No- 

tive rec'd July 22, 1916; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 18. 

Boomerang (The) [61 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 4, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 21. 

By the sad Luana shore. [62 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 31, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 

Civilization ; peace march. [63 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 5, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 21. 



Come to Bohemia; by Kenneth Mur- 
chison. [64 

© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 3, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 21. 

Cracker jack fox trot. [65 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 3, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 22. 

Darling come to me. [66 

© Karczag pub. co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 25, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 18. 

Dixieland my home. [67 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
July 28, 1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 19. 

Dragonflies ; scherzo-mosaic, by 
Harry Rowe Shelley ; organ. [68 

© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 11, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 21. 

Erstwhile Susan. [69 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York No- 
tice rec'd July 25, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 18. 

Everybody loves an Irish song. [70 
© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 3, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 22. 

Evolution of Dixie ; by Lake. [71 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd July 28, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 19. 

Eyes of heaven. [72 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 9, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 22. 

Felicia ; waltz, by Vernon Eville. [73 
© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd July 22, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 18. 



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Follies of 1916 medley ; containing 
Nijinski, My lady of the Nile, I left 
her on the beach at Honolulu, Have 
a heart, Bachelor days. [74 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Aug. 2, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 22. 

For Dixie and Uncle Sam. [75 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd July 21, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 19. 

Go to sleep my baby ; that's the nicest 

way to say good-night. [76 

© Jos. W. Stern & co.. New York. 

Notice rec'd July 29, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 3. d. 20. 

Gute nacht ; English verison by 
Henry G. Chapman, music by Franz 
Abt. [77 

© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 8, 1916; recorded, v, 
3, p. 22. 

Harlequin ; by Roberts. [78 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd July 28, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 19. 

Have a heart; fox trot, composed of 
Have a heart, I left her on the beach 
at Honolulu, Bachelor days and 
Have a heart. [79 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
July 22, 1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 

from Follies of 1916. [80 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
July 22, 1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 

He's getting too darn big for a one 

horse town. [81 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd July 29, 

1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 

Homesickness blues. [82 

© Waterson, Berlin & Synder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd July 29, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 19. 

Honest Injun. [83 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 9, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 23. 

Honky tonk. [84 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd July 29, 
1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 19. 



HOW CAN I LIVE WITHOUT YOU? [85 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd July 29, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 19. 

Hurry back to my bamboo shack. 

[86 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd July 29, 
1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 

I LEFT HER ON THE BEACH AT HONO- 
LULU ; from Follies of 1916. [87 
© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
July 22, 1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 

I'll wed the girl I left behind. 

[88 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 9, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 22. 

I'm gone before I go. [89 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 

New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 4, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 

I miss you Miss America. [90 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 29, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 

I've saved all my love for you. [91 
© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Aug. 2, 1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 22. 

I want that star; from The follies 

of 1916. [92 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd July 21, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 19. 

Ida sweet as apple cider; fox trot. 

[93 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 

Notice rec'd July 29, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 20. 

In grandma's day they never did the 

FOX TROT. [94 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Aug. 2, 1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 22. 

In the garden; words and music by 

C. Austin Miles. [95 

© Hall-Mack co., Philadelphia. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 10, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 21. 

Ireland must be heaven, for my 
mother came from there. [96 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 4, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 21. 



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It is a small woeld. [97 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

July 28, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 19. 

Just give me kag-time, please. [98 
© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 31, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 

Kiss me; duet from Pom Pom. [99 
© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Aug. 4, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 21. 
Let Cupid in ; from The passing show 
of 1916, by Otto Motzan. [100 

© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 12, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 23. 

Long, long ago ; by Thomas Haynes 
Bayly, ed. by Henry Dowland. [101 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd July 21, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3. p. 19. 

Love me at twilight. [102 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd July 29, 
1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 

Love me teuly. [103 

© Karczag pub. co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 25, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 18. 

Make a little heaven foe youe 
heaet. [104 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 3, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 22. 

Making of a giel ; from The passing 
show of 1916, by Sigmund Romberg 
and George Gershwin. [105 

© G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1916; recorded, v. 3, 
p. 23. 

Malay (The) moon. [106 

© Will Rossiter, Chicago. No- 
tice rec'd July 26, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 19. 

Massenet (Jules Emile Feedeeic) 
Elegy : words by Louis Gallet, music 
by Massenet, trans, by Isabelle G. 
Parker. [107 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd July 27, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 19. 

Meet me in Havana Anna. [108 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 29. 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 



Michael on his motoe cycle. [109 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 5, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 21. 

Mississippi days. [110 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 12, 
1916; recorded, v. 3. p, 23. 

Moonshine Sally. [Ill 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 5, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 21. 

Moonshine valley. [112 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 9, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 21. 

My old eose. [113 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 12. 1916 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 23. 

My own Iona. [114 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 29, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 

NlK-O-DE-MUS. [115 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd July 29, 
1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 

Not so veey fae feom Zanzibae. [116 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug.* 5. 1916 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 21. 

Oh ! that cello. [117 

© Jos. W. Stern & co.. New York. 
Notice rec'd July 29. 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 

On a summee night. [118 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 12, 
1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 23. 

One step eag. [119- 

© Karczag pub. co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 25, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 18. 

Passepied; from the opera Le roi 
s'amuse, by Leo Delibes, arr. by 
Otto Langey; orch. [120 

© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 22. 

Peace pateol. [121 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 29, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 



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Peace song ; from Civilization. [122 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 5, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 21. 

Ragging the Apache ; from The pass- 
ing show of 1916, by Otto Motzan. 

[123 
© G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 
rec'd Aug. 12, 1916; recorded, v. 3, 
p. 23. 

Romeo and Juliet ; from Passing show 
of 1916, by Romberg and Motzan. 

[124 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 9, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 22. 

Russian romance ; by Rudolf Friml. 

[125 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 3, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 21. 

Sea (The) gull. [126 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 3, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 22. 

She is the sunshine of Virginia. 

[127 
© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 4, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 

Step this way. [128 

© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 31. 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 
Stepping the step. [129 

© Karczag pub. co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 25, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 18. 
Summer nights, that's the time to 
love 'em. [130 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 3, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 22. 
Sunset on the St. Lawrence; waltz 
by Maxime Heller. [131 

© Frederick Harris co., Toronto, 
Canada. Notice rec'd Aug. 12, 1916 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 23. 
Sweet Babette, she always did the 

MINUET. [132 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd July 
27, 1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 19. 
Teresina; danse impromptu, by Wal- 
ter Rolfe ; piano. [133 
© Edward Schuberth & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 9, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 21. 



That's the nicest way to say good- 
night. See Go to sleep my baby. 

Then I'll come back to you. [134 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 3, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 22. 

There's ragtime in the air. [135 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day 
& Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd. 
Aug. 2, 1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 22. 

This end up. [136 

© Water son, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd July 29, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 19. 

Through these wonderful glasses 

of mine. [137 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 

co., New York. Notice rec'd July 

27, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 19. 

Turn back the universe and give me 

yesterday. [138 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Aug. 9, 1916; recorded 

v. 3, p. 22. 

Under the rambling roses. [139 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 29, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 

Waiting for you. [140 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 29, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 

Walking the dog; from The passing 
show of 1916; by Otto Motzan. 

[141 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 12, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 23. 

What's the matter with the Irish. 

[142 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Aug. 5, ]916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 21. 

When the sun goes down in Ro- 
many. [143 
© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 31, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 

When you drop off at Cairo, Illi- 
nois. [144 
© Irving Berlin, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd July 31, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 20. 



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no. 8, 1916 


1050. 


(148) 


Wilde jagd; by Lutzow, rev. by Felix 


YOU OUGHT TO GO TO PARIS. 


[147 


Jaeger. [145 


© Irving Berlin, inc., New 


York. 


© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 


Notice rec'd July 31, 1916 ; recorded. 


tice rec'd Aug. 19, 1916; recorded, 


v. 3, p. 20. 




v. 3, p. 23. 




You can't keep a sqtjikkel on the 

GKOUND. [146 


You're all the world to me. 


[148 


© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 


© F. B. Haviland pub. co. 


, New 


New York. Notice rec'd Aug. 4, 


York. Notice rec'd Aug. 3, 


1916; 


1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 20. 


recorded, v. 3, p. 22. 





695 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



A. B. C. dramatic set no. 16; com- 
posecl and arr. by E. Luz, of U. S. ; 
piano solo and orch. 4to. [10505 
© June 24, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916: E 387263; Ernst Luz, New 
York. 

A. f. f. e. See Hassenstein (Paul) 
Drei fugenscherze. 

A los campos me eetiro ; cueca, Bo- 
livian folk song, arr. by L. C. Gains- 
borg, of U. S. ; voice and piano. 

[10506 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 387726: 
Maria Paz Gainsborg & Lolita Ca- 
brera Gainsborg, New York. 

A mon amie; reverie romance, by 
Schiitt, played by Marguerite Vo- 
lavy, of Austria. (Rythiaoclik rec- 
ord music rolls H 15214.) [10507 
© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15. 
1916 ; E 3S4871 ; American piano co.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

A Trieste ; march on the popular Ital- 
ian patriotic song, by E. Carosio. 
arr. by W, H. Middleton, of Great 
Britain ; orchestra with harmonium 
and piano-conductor, 4 to. [10508 
© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 384746 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, 
London. 

Abendlied ; ged. von Franz Evers. 
musik von Karl Bleyle, of Austria, 
op. 29, nr. 1 ; fur eine mittlere sing- 
stimme mit klavierbegl. (Vier lieder, 
no. 1.) [10509 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380825 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Adagio; thema mit variationen, von 
H. Neal, of Germany, op. 62; kla- 
vier zu vier handen. [10510 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384502; Heinrich Neal, Heidel- 
berg, Germany. 

Admiration ; by Ralph Clifford Jack- 
son, played by Felix Gerdts, of Aus- 
tria. (Rythmodik record music rolls 
G 15073.) [10511 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384867 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

697 



Advent; sacred song, words by Chris- 
tina Rossetti, music by Harold Vin- 
cent Milligan of U. S. 1. Sop. or 
ten.— 2. Alto or bar. [10512 

© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387924; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co.. Boston. 



Advent songs ; a revision of old 
hymns to meet modern needs, by S. 
N. Patten, of U. S„ New York, B. W. 
•Huebsch, 1916. xxiii, 4-76 p. 8vo. 

[10513 

© June 30, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Aug. 10, 1916 ; A 438013 ; Simon Nel- 
son Patten, Philadelphia. 

After ; three-part song, words by Flor- 
ence Earle Coates, music by H. 
Clough-Leighter. of U. S., op. 34, 
no. 7a; women's voices. (Octavo 
series, women's voices, no. 658). 

[10514 

© June 28, 1916 2 c. June 29, 
1916; E 388198; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

After glow ; reverie serenade, lyric 
by J. R. Shannon, music by Harry 
J. Lincoln, of .U. S. [10515 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388606; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

After rain ; words by Fred G. Bowles, 
music by Arthur H. Hardisty, of 
England ; no. 1 in F. [10516 

© July 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 19, 1916 ; 
E 384717; Warren & Phillips, Lon- 
don. 

After the war; words by T. Hines, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [10517 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387662; 
Tom Hines, Brooklyn. 

words by Wm. H. Craft, music by 

C. B. Nitsche, of U. S. [10518 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388661; C. B. Nitsche, 
Yatesboro, Pa. 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



10519 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Afton Water ; Scottish tune, words 
by Burns, music arr. by C. Sanford 
Terry, of Scotland ; unison song, 
no. 23, in both notations. 4to. 

[10519 
© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 31, 
1916 ; E 381127 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 
London. 

Ah love, were I a king ; words and 
music by F. Cleveland Sturdevant, 
of U. S. Elmira, N. Y., M. Doyle 
Marks co. [10520 

© July 31, 1916 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 : 
E 387560; Florence C. Sturdevant. 
Elmira, N. Y. 

Ah, since the future's riddles ; 
words tr. by John Leslie Garner, 
music by Jessie L. Pease, of U. S. , 
medium voice. [10521 

© Aug. 3, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388790; John Church co.. 
Cincinnati. 

Aimons nous ; valse par J. Ameclee 

Roy, of Canada; piano. [10522 

© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 

1916 ; E 384761 ; J. A. Roy, Montreal, 

Canada. 

Air. See Whithorne (Emerson). 

Alabama palms ; words by Frank 
Jacobs, music by Lee J. Burt, of 
U. S., Youngstown, O., Burt-Jacobs 
pub. co. [10523 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916 ; E 388567 ; L. J. Burt, Youngs- 
town, O. 

Album ausgewahlter werke ; von 
Ferdinand Hiller, hrsg. von Xaver 
Scharwenka, of Germany, fur piano- 
forte zu zwei hanclen. (Edition 
Breitkopf, no. 4479. [10524 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381425 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

von Gustav Merkel, hrsg. von 

Xaver Scharwenka, of Germany; 
piano solo. bd. 2. (Edition Breit- 
kopf, no. 4865.) [10525 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381188; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 



— pianoforte zu zwei han- 

den. bd. 1. ~ [10526 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381419; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York; [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



Album of twelve pieces for the 
pianoforte; by Neo-German com- 
posers [ed. by C. Roepper] of U. S. 
4to. (Boston music co. ed., no. 344.) 

[10527 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18, 

1916; E 387887: Boston music co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

editing.] 

Alexander fox trot ; by Walter Alex- 
ander, of U. S., arr. by William C. 
Polla, of U. S. ; piano. [10528 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387464; 
Karczag pub. co., New York. 

Alexander one step ; by Walter Alex- 
ander, of U. S., arr. bv William C. 
Polla, of U. S. ; piano. [10529 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387465; 
Karczag pub. co., New York. 

Alianza Hispano-Americana ; marcha 
por Mauricio Jara, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at El Paso ; piano. [10530 
© June 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 388772 ; Edmundo C. Argiielles, El 
Paso. 

All aboard for Clason Point ; medley 

waltz, by W. Helder, of U. S., 1st 

violin. [10531 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1916; E 387278; 

William Helder, New York. 

All for Christ ; words by L. H. Miller, 
music by W. H. Bartz, of U. S. 

[10532 

© July 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388826; William Harry Bartz, 
Chicago. 

All mein gedauken. See Altdeuscher 
liederkreis. 

All the old cocks are very busy 
crowing; words and music by An- 
drew Allen & Bert Lee, of England. 

[10533 

© June 16, 1916; 1 c. June 20, 
1916; E 384530; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

All Thy works shall praise Thee, 
O Lord; anthem, words from the 
Bible, music by James H. Rogers, of 
U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. (Series 
of anthems for mixed voices, no. 
4007.) [10534 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1916 ; 
E 387700; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York, 

Allegso. Sec Talisman (Le). 



698 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, 1916 



10551 



Allegro caracteristique ; par A. 
Levergeois, of France; piano. (Di- 
vertissement espagnol, no. 1) [10535 
© July 8. 1916 : 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381102 ; Oh. Loigerot, Paris. 

Allegro in A; by Richard J. Pitcher, 
of Great Britain, op. 3, no. 1 ; piano- 
forte. (Two instructive pieces, 
no. 1) [10536 

© June 28, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 380838; Alfred Lengnick & 
co., London. 

Alma andaxtjza; arr. de Antonio Ma- 
cias C, of Mexico, domiciled at El 
Paso ; piano. [10537 

© June 15, 1916: 2 c. July 25. 
1916: E 388771; Edmundo C. Ar- 
giielles, El Paso. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Aloha oe ; waltzes by Queen Liliuoka- 
lani. arr. by Henry S. Sawyer, of 
U. S. : piano. [10538 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 387295 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Aloha Sunset Land ; English lyric by 
J. R. Shannon, music by Ioane 
Kawelo. of U. S. [10539 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387667 ; Sam Fox pub. co.. Cleve- 
land. 

Hawaiian reverie, by Ioane Ka- 
welo, of U. S. ; piano. [10540 
© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5. 1916 ; 
E 387666; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Alona : ouverture zur romantischen 
oper von Wilhelm Hill, herausge- 
geben von Karl Schmidt, of Ger- 
many, fur grosses orchester ; parti- 
tur. [10541 

© Jan. 15. 1916; 1 c. July 29. 
1916 ; E 381426 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Alondra (La) ; cancion, Bolivian folk 
song, arr. by Lolita Cabrera Gains- 
borg, of U. S. ; voice and piano. 

[10542 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 387720; 
Maria Paz Gainsborg and Lolita Ca- 
brera Gainsborg, New York. 

Alone with you ; words by Ray Clew- 
all, music by K. L. King, of U. S. ; 
low voice. [10543 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389208; C. L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa, la. 



Along the shore; by Florence New- 
ell Barbour, of U. S. ; piano. (Days 
of sunshine) [10544 

© July 31. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1. 1916 ; 
E 387587; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. ' 

Alpha (The) marching song; words 
and music bv H. W. Brown, jr., of 
U. S. 8vo. [10545 

© July 5. 1916 : 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 388323 ; Harry W. Brown, jr., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Alsacienne; valse lente, by Francis 
Thome, rev. and ed. w T ith instruc- 
tions as to interpretation and method 
of study, biographical sketch, story 
and glossary, by Emerson Whit- 
horne, of L T . S. ; piano. (Selected 
edition, progressive series, no. 345, 
grade 2-a) [10546 

© July 13. 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387349; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on an- 
notations and revisions.] 

Altdeutscher liederkreis ; musik von 
Hermann Unger, of Germany, op. 
14, no. 1-4 ; gesang und klavier. Con- 
tents : — 1. All mein gedanken. — 2. 
In meinen rosengarten. — 3. Maria 
wiegenlied. — 4. Mailied. [10547 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381142 ; Tischer & Jagenberg, ltd., 
Cologne a/Rh. Germany. 

Altes reiterlied. See Unger (Her- 
mann) Soldatenlieder. 

Always with us ; words by Edward 
H. Nevin, music by E. S. Hosmer, of 
U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. (An- 
thems for mixed voices, no. 10825) 

[10548 
© July 6. 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387081; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Am Latefos ; romanze von Paul Wig- 
gert. of Germany, op. 28 ; cornet und 
piano. [10549 

© Dec. 30, 1914; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380908 ; Johann Andre, Of- 
fenbach a/Main, Germany. 

Amami sempre ; chanson, paroles de 
Emile Dernay. musique de Gaetan 
Foi'ano, of France ; piano et chant, 
et partie pour chant seul. [10550 

© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381098 ; Courmes, Nice, France. 

Amateresu (Sun goddess) ; ballet, 
adapted from Shinto mythology, 
music and adaptation by B. L. 
Stine, of U. S. [10551 

© 1 c. July 18, 1916; E 387387; 
Belle Longdon Stine, San Francisco. 



699 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



10552 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



America; words and music by L. Oes- 
terle, of U. S. [10552 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1916; E 387715; 
Louis Oesterle, New York. 

[words by Samuel F. Smith], mu- 
sic by A. Liberati, of U. S. [10553 
© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 387955; Alessandro Liber- 
ati, N. Y. 



music by C. F. Smith, of 

U. S. [10554 

© June 29, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388214; C. Forman Smith, New- 
ark, N. J. 

— my country 'tis of thee, words by 
Samuel Francis Smith, music by 
Mary Ely Phelps, of U. S. [10555 



© July 20, 1916 



July 29, 



1916 ; E 388811 ; Echo music pub. co., 
Seattle. 

America, America march ; by C. E. 
Billings, of U. S., band. 4to. 

[10556 
© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 388232; Clarence E. Bill- 
ings, New Haven. 

America can count on me ; song of 
allegiance, words and music by W. C. 
Wakefield, of U. S. card 6 inches by 
8i inches. [10557 

© July 7, 1916 ; 2 c. July 10, 1916 ; 
E 388350 ; William Curtis Wakefield, 
Detroit. 

America first; words and music by 

A. Langbecker, of U. S. [10558 

© 1 c. June 7, 1916; E 388203; 

August Langbecker, Ocean Springs, 

Miss. 

words by A. E. Mottram, music 

by J. A. Swenson, of U. S. St. Paul, 
Minn., A. E. Mottram & co. [10559 
© Aug. 7, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
1916; E 387876; Albert Edw. Mot- 
tram, St. Paul. 

America prepared ; military march, by 
Harry C. Theis, of U. S., arr. by 
Harry Harris, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[10560 
© July 24. 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916 ; E 388655 ; Harry C. Theis, sr., 
Philadelphia. 

America, we're with you ; words and 

music by Wm. C. Henderson, of 

U. S., op. 247. [10561 

©, 1 c. July 26, 1916 ; E 388686 ; 

W T m. C. Henderson, New York. 



American belles ; polka, by J. M. Zim- 
mermann, arr. by Thomas a' Becket, 
of U. S. ; piano. [10562 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387089; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and arrangement.] 

American (The) flag; words by D. E. 
Parks, music by C. E. Coleman, of 
U. S. Long Branch, N. J. Keith's 
music pub. house. [10563 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. June 30. 1916 ; 
E 387280 ; Daniel E. Parks, Prescott, 
Ariz. 

American stars in the blue; words 
and music by J. Rommel, of U. S. 

[10564 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388564; John Rommel, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 

American (The) volunteers on 
their way to mexico ; words by 
Helen Garbrecht, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [10565 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 387996; 
Helen H. Garbrecht, Milwaukee. 

America's destiny ; march by G. E. 
Holmes, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [10566 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389202; C. L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa, la. 

America's leader Woodrow Wilson ; 
by L. A. Keenan and Rubey Cowan, 
of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [10567 

© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916; E 388416; Luke A. Keenan, 
Long Island City, N. Y. 

-words by L. A. Keenan. music by 

Rubey Cowan, of U. S. [10568 

© June 30, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388219; Luke A. Keenan, Long 
Island City, N. Y. 

America's sons stand together; 
march or two-step song, lyric by 
Jack Gartland, music by J. S. Cascio, 
of U. S., ace. arr. by Blanche Lor- 
raine, of U. S. Bayonne, N. J. Hit- 
land music pub. co. [10569 
© June 25, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 388292; Joseph Lo Cascio, 
Bayonne, N. J. 

Ammore e mamma; canzone e guerra, 
versi di L. Bovio, musica di Alberto 
Rizzi, of Italy, domiciled at New 
York. New York, A. Matacea. 

[10570 
© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 18, 1916 ; 
E 387398; Alberto Rizzi & co., New 
York. 



700 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, 1916 



10586 



Among the apple boughs ; words by 

N. B. Kinsley, music by Harold B. 

Roland, of U. S. [10571 

© 1 c. Sept 1, 1916; E 3S9319 ; 

Nora B. Kinsley, Sheridan, Wy. 

Among the daisies ; by Benjamin F. 
Rungee, of U. S. ; piano, four hands. 

[10572 
© July 31, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 388736; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Among the eveeglades ; words by C. J. 
Crew, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[10573 
© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388312; 
Chas. J. Crew, Eufaula, Okl. 

Amorously; valzer by A. Rossi, of 
U. S. ; piano. [10574 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916 ; E 387543 ; Albert Rossi, Besse- 
mer, Mich. 

An Zeppelin ; ged. von Mathidle Arndt, 
musik von Adolf Wallnofer, of Ger- 
many ; vierstimmigen mannerchor ; 
partitur. 4to. [10575 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381313 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

And did those feet in ancient time ; 
stanzas from Blake's Prophetic 
books, music by C. H. H. Parry, of 
England. [10576 

© Mar. 28, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381123; Charles Hubert 
Hastings Parry, London. 

And they called it Dixieland ; fox- 
trot, by Richard A. Whiting, played 
by Pete Wendling, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls A 15152) 

[10577 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1916 ; E 387756 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

And though we must be paeted (Und 
mussen wir auch scheiclen) ; words 
by Konrad Nies, English version and 
music by Max Heinrich, of U. S., op. 
38, no. 3; high voice. (Love in 
spring, no. 3) [10578 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388596; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Andante molto sostenuto. See Talis- 
man (Le) 



Andante pathetique ; par Arthur 
Emil Uhe, of U. S. ; violon et piano. 

[10579 

© Mar. 22, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916 ; E 388268 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

Angel's (The) eest ; waltz by C. L. 
Peticolas, of U. S. ; piano. [10580 

© July 26, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388638; C. L. Peticolas, 
Richmond, Va. 

Anita; by Mathilde Bilbro, of U. S., 
piano. Two characteristic pieces. 

[10581 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389004; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Anneau du soldat. See Chaminade 
(C. L. S.) 

Anothee little deink wouldn't do us 
any haem ; from The Bing boys are 
here, words by Clifford Grey, music 
by Nat D. Ayer, of U. S. [10582 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388289; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 

Anstuem. See Schindler-Mahler (Al- 
ma Maria) Vier lieder. 

Appel d'amoue (Love's appeal) ; an 
impression, by Nicholas Garagusi, of 
U. S. ; violin and piano. [10583 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 388338; Internatl. music 
pub. co., New York. 

Apple blossoms ; words by M. T. Neff, 
music by J. Lawrence Ritchie, of 
U. S. [10584 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916 ; E 388490 ; May T. Neff, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Apeil days ; by Benjamin Frederick 
Rungee, of U. S. ; piano. [10585 

© Aug. 1, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916; E 387531; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Aeabesque; romance, by Harry E. 
Arnold, op. 59, no. 2, played by Mar- 
guerite Volavy, of Austria. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls H 14914.) 

[10586 

© May 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384869 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



701 



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10587 



pt. in, n. s., v. II 



Arcadia waltz ; by Alma Sanders, of 

U. S. ; piano. [10587 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 

1916 ; E 388431 ; Jerome H. Remick 

& co.. New York. 

Aee you happy with the beoken 
heart you've sold ; words and mu- 
sic by A. P. Eddleman, of U. S. 

[10588 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389321; 

Ada Phillips Eddleman, Fargo, Ark. 

Are you prepared ? words by E. Berry, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [10589 

© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388724; 

Elizabeth Berry, Orange, Tex. 

Are you prepared for the summer ; 
one-step, by Jean Schwartz, played 
by Pete Wendling, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls B 15132). 

[10590 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387759 ; American piano co., 
New York [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

Are you ready, to go to war; words 
and music by J. H. Schaffer, of U. S. 

[10591 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916 ; E 388621 ; Joseph H. Schaffer, 
Baltimore. 

Arensky (A.) Intermezzo; by A. 
Arensky, op. 13, arr. by Chas. J. 
Roberts, of U. S. ; full orch. (The- 
atre orchestra, no. 1777) [10592 

© June 22, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388224; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



Aria, mit 30 veranderungen. 
Bach (J. S.) . 



See 



Arithmetic of love ; words by F. C. 
Metcalfe, music by Billy Smythe, of 
U. S. [10593 

© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 5, 
1916 ; E 388264 ; Billy Smythe music 
co., inc., Louisville, Ky. 

Armourer's (The) song; from Robin 
Hood, by R. De Koven, arr. by 
Frank R. Rix, of U. S. ; sop. and 
alto and alto boys and basses. (8vo. 
choruses, no. 6556) [10594 

© Julv 21, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388617; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



Around the Christmas tree ; medley, 
arr. by Theodore Moses-Tobani, 
played by Andrei Kmita, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls M 
13477) [10595 

© Nov. 20. 1915; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387799 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Arr ah go on I'm gonna go back to 
Oregon ; by Bert Grant, played by 
Pete Wendling, of U. S. (Rythmo- 
dik record music rolls C 14822) 

[10596 

© May 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1916 ; E 387772 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Art ( L' ) de delier les doigts ; de 
Karl Czerny, op. 740-699, revision et 
annotations par J. Chapart, of 
France, d'apres la methode de tra- 
vail d'Albert Cortot ; piano, v. 1-4 
reunis. [10597 

© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 380855; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and annotations.] 

AS I LOOK BACK OVER DAYS GONE BY; 

words by T. Cormier, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [10598 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388534; 

Theodore Cormier, Blackstone, Mass. 

AS THE LONG, LONG YEARS GO BY ; WOrdS 

by R. A. Graham, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [10599 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387477; 
Raymond A. Graham, Ashland, O. 



See Desteapte te 



Aseara'n Gradtna. 
Roma ne. 

Ashes of roses — and dreams ; words 
by C. A. Petrosky, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [10600 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389313; 
C. A. Petrosky, Middletown, Conn. 

Asra ; words by Fred. E. Weatherly, 
music by Ernest Newton, of Eng- 
land ; no. 1 in E flat. [10601 

© Feb. 7. 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381125 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

At a Polish festival ; mazurka, by 
August Nolck, of Germany, op. 196, 
no. 3 ; violin and pianoforte. ( Greet- 
ings from afar, no. 3.) [10602 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381484; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 



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no. 0. 19 1G 



10620 



At dusk ; words by Katherine Scott, 
music by Floy Little Bartlett, of 
U. S. 1. Alto or bar., key of D.— 
2. Sop. or ten., key of P. [10603 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. each Aug. 9, 
1916; E 388880; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

At home with my Pathe Pathe- 
phone ; words and music by E. R. 
Miller, of U. S., arr. by Chas. F. Rob- 
erts, of U. S. Indianapolis. Pathe 
phonograph co., inc. [10604 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916 ; E 386933 ; Ervin R. Miller, In- 
dianapolis. 

At moening; poem by Scharmel Iris, 
music by Jeanne M. Boyd, of U. S. 

[10605 
© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1916; E 387945; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

At sundown ; valse-intermezzo, by L. 

Leslie Loth, of U. S. ; piano. [10606 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 

1916; E 387400; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. 

At the fate; polka, by Mrs. Park- 
hurst-Duer, of U. S. ; piano ; 4 hands. 

[10607 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388996; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

At the gate; words by Leeman R. 
Browne, music by H. Alexander 
Matthews, of U. S. [10608 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389007; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

At the poetal with the full blown 
eose; words by M. A. Mabon, music 
by Fred W. Norsch, of U. S. ; high 
voice D flat. St. Louis, Hunleth 
music co. [10609 

© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916; 2 c. July 13, 1916; E 387284; 
Mary A. Mabon, St. Louis. 

At the top or the golden staies ; 
words and music by E. C. Sandy, of 
England, domiciled at Detroit. 

[10610 
© 1 c. June 29, 1916; E 388206; 
Ernest Colin Sandy, Detroit. 

At the toy-shop ; six pieces by Charles 
Huerter, of U. S. ; piano. 4to. Con- 
tents : 1, Rocking horse. 2, Little 
jumping- jack. 3, Tin soldiers' guard. 
4, Punch and Judy. 5, The story 
hook. 6, The clowns. [10611 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387902; Boston music co., 
Boston. 



Au capeice du veznt (Moon fancies) ; 
poe'sie de Henry Feyler, English ver- 
sion by Fanny S. Copeland, musique 
de Maurice Pesse, of France, no. 
3 en La bemol. no. 1 en Fa. 

[10612, 10613 
© June 24, 1916; 1 c. July 8. 
1916; E 380840, 380841; S. Chape- 
lier, Paris. 

Aubade ; par A. Levergeois, of France ; 

piano (Trios pieces, no. 1). [10614 

© July 8, 1916; 1 c. July 25, 

1916 ; E 381099 ; Ch. Loigerot, Paris. 

Auf befehl dee kaiseein ; ein operet- 
ten-idy 11, text v. Leopold Jacobson 
und Robert Bodanzky, musik von 
Bruno Granichstaedten, of Austria. 
1. Klavierauszug mit text. 2. Kla- 
vier auszug su zwei handen mit 
beigefugtem text. [10615. 10816 

© May 7, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 15. 
1916; E 380963, 380964; W. Karc- 
zag, Vienna. 

Auf posten ; text von Heinrich Bre- 
dow, musik von Hugo Kaun, of Ger- 
many ; mannerchor a capella. 4to. 

[10617 
© June 4, 1916; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380960 ; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. 

Aufeestehung. See Ertel (Paul) 
Fiinf stiicke. 

AUFZUG DEE WINZEE UND SEEENADE ; 

aus der operette, Die winzerbraut, 
text von Leo Stein und Julius Wil- 
helm, musik von Oskar Nedbal, arr. 
von B. Bersa, of Austria ; klavier zu 
zwei handen, mit uberlegtem text. 

[10618 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381409; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 

Aueoea ; valse melodique, by Wilson G. 
Smith, of U. S., op. 107, no. 2 ; piano. 

[10619 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 387401; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Aus eenstee zeit ; kavatine, kompon- 
iert von Otto Junne, of Germany ; 
violine solo und orchester, partitur 
und stimmen. 4to. [10620 

© Dec. 31. 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380986; N. Simrock, g. m. 
b. h., Leipzig. 



703 



10621 



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Aus ernster zeit — Continued. 

von Otto Junne, of Germany. 

1. Eine singstimme mit klavier oder 
orgel. 2. Violine mit klavier oder 
orgel. 3. Violoncello mit klavier 
oder orgel. 4. Klarinette in B mit 
klavier oder orgel. 5. Orgel allein. 

[10621-10625, 
© Nov. 22, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 15, 
1916 ; E 380987-380991 ; N. Simrock, 
g. m. b. h., Leipzig. 

Autumn ; intro. When the swallows 
homeward fly, by George Spenser, 
of U. S. ; piano with words ad lib. 

[10626 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 3S8983; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

words bv I. F. Leyda, music by 

Helen M. Browne, of U. S. [10627 
© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 
E 389011 ; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 

Autumn days ; by L. Leslie Loth, of 

U. S. ; piano. [10628 

© July 19, 1916: 2 c. July 19, 

1916; E 387402; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. 

Autumn sunset; by Walter Rolfe, of 

U. S. ; piano. [10629 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 18, 

1916; E 387397; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 

Ave Maria ; sacred song, music by 
Louis A. Reilly, of U. S. ; medium 
voice. [10630 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388862; Alden music pub. co., 
Denver. 

Avelina ; vals por B. MacMaster C, of 

U. S. ; piano. [10631 

© May 31. 1915; 2 c. June 19, 

1916; E 386931; Bruce MacMaster 

C, New Orleans. 

Awake, my beloved ; words by Beatrice 
Irwin, music by Axel Raoul Wacht- 
meister, of Sweden, domiciled at 
Seal Harbor, Me. Three songs. 

[10632 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 387967; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Awake with Jesus ; sacred song, 
words by Hiram W. Hayes, music by 
William John Hall, of U. S. 1. Sop. 
or ten. 2 Mezzo sop. or bar. [10633 
© June 28, 1916; 2 c. each June 
29. % 1916; E .388200; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 



Babes in the wood ; fox trot, from 
Very good Eddie, by Jerome Kern, 
played by William Berge. of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls B 
14232). [10634 

© Feb. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387746 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Baby shoes ; by Al Piantadosi, played 
by Annette Francis, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls C 15082). 

[10635 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387771 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Baby's (A) hair is built of sun ; 
words by Mary Carolyn Davies, 
music by Anna Priscilla Risher, of 
U. S. 1. Soprano or tenor. 2. Alto 
or baritone. [10636 

© Aug. 14, 1916 : 2 c. each Aug. 16, 
1916; E 387806; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Aria, mit 
30 veranderungen ; von J. S. Bach, 
bearbeitung von Jos. Rheinberger, 
revision von Max Reger, of Ger- 
many ; zwei klaviere. [10637 

© July 19, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380956 ; Fr. Kistner, Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision.] 

Concerto italien ; et Fantaisie 

chtomatique, par J. S. Bach, revision 
par Maurice Emmanuel, of France; 
piano. [10638 

© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 380858; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision.] 

Suites anglaises ; v. 1, nos. 1-3, 

von J. S. Bach, revision par Maurice 
Emanuel, of France; piano. 

[10639 

© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916,; 
E 380854; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision.] 

15 two-part inventions; by J. S. 

Bach, edited, phrased, and fingered 
by Stewart Macpherson, of Great 
Britain; piano. (Berners edition, 
no. 81.) T 10640 

© June 28, 1916; 1 c. July 17, 
1916; E 384713; Joseph Williams, 
ltd. London. [Copyright is claimed 
on the, editing, phrasing, and finger- 
ing.] 



704 



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no. 9, 1916 



10656 



Bachmann (Georges) Canzonetta ; by 
G. Bachmann, rev. and ed. with in- 
structions as to interpretation and 
method of study, biographical sketch, 
story and glossary by Emerson 
Whithorne, of U. S. ; piano. (Se- 
lected edition, progressive series, no. 

227, grade 1-b.) [10641 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387350: Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Pastorale ; by G. Bachmann, rev. 

and ed. with instructions as to inter- 
pretation and method of study, bio- 
graphical sketch, story and glossary 
by Emerson Whithorne, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Selected edition, progres- 
sive series, no. 223, grade 1-b.) 

[10642 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387362; Art. publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Back to the mothee old and geey; 

words by M. A. Kendall, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [10643 

© i c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 387993; 

M. A. Kendall, Brackenridge, Pa. 

Badinage; by F. Dreyschock, op. 27, 
eel. by Andor Pinter, of U. S. ; piano. 

[10644 
© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 29, 
1916; E 388170; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing.] 

Ballade; von Hugo Schlemiiller, of 
Germany, op. 24; violoncello und 
piano. [10645 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381140; Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig. 

Ballade dee Senta. See Wagner 
(Richard). 

Bambino mia (My baby) ; words by 
Esther Lamb, music by S. Lamb, of 
U. S. [10646 

© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 3884S9; Sybil Lamb, Cin- 
cinnati. 

Banana land; words by C. N. Camp, 
music by Ruth Marie Camp, of U. S. 

[10647 
© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; E 387681 ; C. 
Nelson Camp, Brooklyn. 

Banjo (The) bag; by G. F. Hahn, of 
U. S. ; piano. [10648 

© 1 c. July 8, 1916; E 387713; 
George F. Hahn, New York. 



Banzai; march and song, words by 
H. J. Brown, music by H. Ruscillus, 
of U. S. [10649 

© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387934; Harvey Josiah 
Brown, Washington. 

Baecaeolle; by C. C. Crammond, of 
U. S., op. 64; piano. Boston, Evans 
music co. [10650 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388674; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

by Franz Behr, rev. and ed. with 

instruction as to interpretation and 
method of study, biographical sketch, 
story and glossary by Emerson Whit- 
horne, of U. S. ; piano. (Selected 
edition, progressive series, no. 101, 
grade 1-a. ) [10651 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387358; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

by J. P. Ludebuehl, of U. S. ; 

piano. [10652 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c July 29, 1916 ; 
E 387527; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

by Johannes Pache, ed. by Hugo 

Ries, of U. S. ; violin, violoncello and 
piano. (House trios, series 2 and 3) 

[10653 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c Aug. 18, 

1916; E 387889; Boston music co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

editing.] 

(Gondellied) ; by E. Haberbier, 

op. 53, no. 2, ed. by Andor Pinter, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Morceaux de genre, 
2d series) [10654 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 387609; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

Baecaeolle waltzes ; after Offenbach, 
Di Capua and Tosti, arr. by J. Rus- 
sel Robinson, of U. S. ; piano. [10655 
© May 2, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388257 ; Seidel music pub. co., inc., 
Indianapolis. 

Baede (Dee) ; tondichtung von Jean' 
Sibelius, op. 64, arr. von Herm. Gart- 
ner, of Germany; klavier. (Edition 
Breitkopf, nr. 4499) [10656 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c July 29, 
1916 ; E 381320 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



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Baetola (The) fox trot; music by 
Bernard G. Cowham, of U. S., in- 
strumentation by Dan Barton, of 
U. S. ; piano. [10657 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 388415 ; Bartola musical in- 
strument co., Oshkosh, Wis. 

Be my girl evermore ; words by Gladys 
G. Dennis, music by Harry H. Wil- 
liams, of U. S. [10658 
© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916 ; E 388442 ; Williams music pub. 
co., inc., Providence, R. I. 

Be sure and kiss the Blarney stone ; 
from His heart's desire, words by 
Geo. Graff, jr., music by Geo. H. 
Gartlan, of U. S. [10659 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916 ; E 387435 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Beatrice ; words by Sara Teasdale, 
music by Harold Vincent Milligan, 
of U. S., sop. or ten. 3 songs. 

[10660 
© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387923; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Beautiful Catalina ; barcarolle, by 
Thurlow Lieurance, of U. S. ; violin 
and piano. [10661 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387091; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Beautiful day, waltz, by S. Falco, of 
U. S. ; armonica. (Quattrociocche 
edition, no. 14) [10662 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387626; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 

Beautiful girl of my beautiful 
dreams ; words by A. H. Hayes, mu- 
sic by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[10663 
© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388733; 
A. H. Hayes, Winnipeg, Man., Can- 
• ada. 

Beautiful land of love. See Love- 
land. 
Beautiful Shadow Lawn waltzes ; 
by M. Gartner, of U. S. ; pf. 

[10664 
© 1 c. June 29, 1916; E 388169; 
Melanie Gartner, New York. 
Beauty; words by Perrin H. Lowrey, 
music by A. E. Ruff r of U.,S. , 

;;;\;ilQ665 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387619 ; 
Albert E. Ruff, Chicago. 



Beauty's soul ; words by P. E. O'Con- 

nell. music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [10666 

© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388726; 

Philip E. O'Connell, Salem, Mass. 

Because; trio, words by Edward 
Teschemacher, music by Guy d'Har- 
delot, arr. by Clarence Lucas, of 
Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York ; women's voices. 4to. 

[10667 

© June 29. 1916; 2 c. June 30, 

1916 : E 388230 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement. ] 

Because of you ; a love ballad, words 
by Harold Flammer, music by R. 
Huntington Woodman, of U. S. ; 
high voice in G. [10668 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. Julv 1, 
1916; E 38S215; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Because you're you. See Herbert 
(Victor) favorites. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Fidelio ; 
overture, by L. van Beethoven, op. 
72, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts, of U. S. ; 
orch. (Theatre orchestra, no. 1773) 

[10669 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. July 1, 
1916; E 388226; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Sonata ; funeral march upon the 

death of a hero, by Beethoven, op. 
26, no. 3, played by Clarence Adler, 
of U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls J 14384) [10670 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387784 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Sonate 1 ; von L. van Beethoven, 

op. 2, no, 1, revisee, annotee et doig- 
tee oar Ed. Risler et Vincent d'Indy, 
of France ; piano. [10671 

© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 380859; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and annotations.] 

Senates. 2 me vol., nos. 16-31; de 

L. van Beethoven, edition revue et 
doigtee, par L. Diemer, of France; 
piano seul. (Edition nationale 
franchise ... no. 977.) [10672 

,. , © May 10, 1916 ; 1 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 3845J2; Henry Lemoine et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision & fingering.] 



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no. 9, 1916 



10688 



Beethoven ( Ludwig van ) — Contd. 

Story of the wise men ; words by 

I. F. L., music by Beethoven, arr. 
by Helen M. Browne, of U. S. 

[10673 
© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 
E 389018; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment and hormonization.] 

2le sonate, L'aurore, en Ut maj. ; 

von L. van Beethoven, op. 53, edi- 
tion revue et doigtee par L. Diemer, 
of France; piano. (Edition na- 
tionale frangaise, no. 165.) [10674 
© May 10, 1916 ; 1 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 384570; Henry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing & fingering.] 

Befoee dawn ; words by W. A. Percy, 
music by Wm. Lyndon Wright, of 
U. S. ; mixed voices. (Octavo series, 
no. 164.) [10675 

© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 387805; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Behold we come. See Briggs (C. S.) 
Six responses. 

Bei Luneville ; ein heitere episode 
aus dem weltkriege, text u. musik 
von H. Maxedi, of Austria ; gesang 
und klavier. - [10676 

© July 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380955; Max Pfeffer, Leip- 
zig. 

Bell (The) at dawn; words and mu- 
sic by R. T. Page, of U. S. [10677 
© 1 c. July 26, 1916; E 388831; 
Rose Turnbull Page, Columbus, Neb. 

Bella (La) Bruna ; polka, bt Gilaer- 
denghi, arr. by B. Quattrociocche, 
of U. S. ; armonica. (Edition for 
armonica, no. 15.) [10678 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388659; B. Quattrociocche, 
Steubenville, O. 

Bella (La) Clemencia; una escena 
en Granada, words and music by 
P. Guetary, of Spain, domiciled at 
New York. [10679 

© 1 c. July 26, 1916; E 388669; 
Pedro Guetary, New York. 

Belles (Les) de nuit; operette en 3 
actes de Maurice Ordonneau et Guy 
de Pierrefeu, musique de Henri De- 
rouville. of France. Vocal score. 

[10680 
© 1 c. July 26, 1916; D 19693; 
Oscar Osso, New York. 



Beloved ; words and music by Oscar 

Allen, of England. [10681 

© June 16, 1916; 1 c. June 20, 

1916; E 384531; E. Osborne & co., 

ltd., London. 

Bene mio; versi di R. Ferraro-Cor- 
rera, musica di E. Cannio, of Italy ; 
canto e mandoline. 4to. [10682 

© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 384709; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Berceuse ; by P. Fullinwider, of U. S. ; 

violin and piano. [10683 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 

1916; E 388446; Percy Fullinwider, 

Appleton, Wis. 

See also Enfantillages pittores- 

ques. 

Berlioz ( Hector-Louis ) Landliche 
serenade an die Madonna ; iiber das 
thema der romischen pifferari, von 
H. Berlioz, eingerichtet von Paul 
Hassenstein, of Germany ; normal- 
harmonium. [10684 
© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380976; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Best (The) part of going away, is 

WHEN YOU COME HOME AGAIN ; WOrdS 

by R. M. Jopling, music by D. M. 
Stewart, of U. S. [10685 

© 1 c. July 27, 1916; E 388751; 
Richard Mather Jopling, Marquette, 
Mich. 

Bethlehem ; verses 1-3, by J. G. Hol- 
land, verses 4-5 by F. E. Oliver, 
music by F. E. Oliver, of U. S. 

[10686 
© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 390237; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Betty (The) Lee; waltz by Don Rich- 
ardson, played by Jane Harold, of 
U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls D 15243) [10687 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387767 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Big-eyed (The) goblin man; words 
and music by Oklahoma Bob Al- 
bright, of U. S. ; with yodle ad lib. 

[10688 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916 ; E 388469 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



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Belly Booze and Baeleycobn ; words 
and music by Ella Southworth 
Clark, of U. S. 4to. [10689 

© July 10. 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 388479; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Bing (The) boys aee heee; a revue, 
words by Clifford Grey, music by 
Nat D. Aver, of U. S., additional 
numbers by Philip Braham. Vocal 
score. [10690 

© July 6. 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388281; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 

selection, music by Nat D. Ayer, 

of U. S. arr. by Sydney Baynes, of 
Great Britain; piano. [10691 

© June 6, 1916 ; 1 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388284; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 

Bled lullaby; words by I. F. L., mu- 
sic adapted from Reinecke [by 
Helen M. Browne] of U. S. [10692 
© Aug. 8. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389013; Ida F. Leyda, Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on the 
adaptation.] 

Bieds and elowees ; a summer idyl, by 
F. R. Kimball [pseud, of Leo Fried- 
man], of U. S. ; piano. [10693 
© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28. 
1916 ; E 389215 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Blrd-s (The) at sen set : by Esther 

Gronow, of U. S. ; piano. [10694 

© July 27, 1916: 2 c. July 29, 

1916 ; E 387548 ; Clayton F. Sunmry 

co.. Chicago. 

Bleks (The) of Abeefeldy; by E. T. 
Sweeting, ed. by C. Roepper, of U. S. 
4to. (Choral music, series 3, wo- 
men's voices, no. 100) [10695 
© Aug. 17. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387900; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

Bleth (The) of a nation; words by 
Pascal J. Plant, music by Elsie Ham- 
mel, of U. S. [10696 

© July 17. 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 388464; Spiggle music 
plant. Washington. 

Biethday geeetings ; words by I. F. 
L., music arr. from Mozart, by Helen 
M. Browne, of U. S. [10697 

© Aug. 8. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16. 1916 ; 
E. 3S9012; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 
[Copyright is claimed on the ar- 
rangement and harmony.] 



Black cat dance ; grand galop de con- 
cert, -by J. De Lancey [pseud, of 
Henry S. Sawyer, of U. S. ; piano. 

[10698 
© July 17. 1916: 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388514 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Blessed is the man. See Tschaikow- 
sky (P. I.) 

Blest aee the puee in heart ; sacred 
song, text by John Keble, music by 
F. Flaxington Harker, of U. S., op. 
26. no. 3 ; high voice. [10699 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388653; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Blood is the peice ; words by F. W. 

Faber, music by Alvin W. Roper, of 

U. S. [10700 

© Sept. 1, 1916: 2 c. Aug. 21. 

1916; E 390229; French E. Oliver, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Blood (The) maeked path; words 

by Wm. Luff, chorus by A. W. R., 

music by Alvin W. Roper, of U. S. 

[10701 
© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 

1916; E 390234; French E. Oliver, 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Blue Geass march : by K. W. Baker, 

of U. S. ; piano. [10702 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 12. 

1916; E 387736; King W. Baker, 

Rumsey, Ky. 
Blee (The) lake; by Esther Gronow, 

of U. S. ; piano. [10703 

. © July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 

1916 ; E 387546 ; Clayton F. Summy 

co., Chicago. 
Blee Monday ; one-step, by Milton 

Ager and Pete Wendling, of U. S. : 

piano. [10704 

© July 14. 1915; 2 c. July 15, 

1916; E 388462; Waterson, Berlin 

& Snyder co., New York. 
Bleette ; pizzicato, by Theodore Lack, 

arr. by Arthur E. Harris, of U. S. ; 

orchestra. [10705 

© Aug. 14. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23, 

1916 ; E 387937 ; Cundy Bettoney co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

Blumenteetel (Die) ; vaterland- 
isches-lied. gedicht von Heinz 
Scharpf, musik von Joachim Al- 
brecht, prinz von Preussen, of Ger- 
manv, eine singstimme mit klavier- 
begl m [10706 

© Jan! 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381152 ; Adolf Robitschek, Vienna. 



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no. 9, 1916 



10722 



Boat song; words by Montrose J. 
Moses, music by Harriet Ware, arr. 
by Charles Gilbert Spross, of U. S. ; 
three-part women's voices. 4to. 
(Three-part songs for women's 
voices — secular, no. 2527) [10707 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387033; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Boccheeini (Ltjigi) Rondo ; by L. 
Boccherini, transcribed by Willem 
Willeke, of Holland, domiciled at 
New York ; cello with piano ace. 

[10708 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388594: Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Boccucecia eosa ; versi di Carlo De 
Flaiis, musica di Ernesto Taglia- 
ferri, of Italy ; canto e mandolino. 
4to. [10709 

© Dec. 28. 1915; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 384707; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Bogy (The) man; words and melody 
by Charles C. Miles, of U. S. (Post 
card ser.) [10710 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 20. 
1916; E 388895; C. C. Miles, May- 
wood, 111. 

Booker T. Washington's farewell to 
Tuskegee; words and music by Sa- 
mantha Wright, of tJ. S. [10711 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388848 ; Samantha Crook Wright, 
Bloomington, 111. 

Boola (The) woola waltz; words 
and music by Jack Burnett, arr. bv 
Harry Alford, of U. S. [10712 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388914; 
Grace Carlita, Chicago. 

Border comrades march ; by A. L. 
Hamilton, of U. S. ; instrumental. 

[10713 

© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1916; E 388877; 
Archie Lindsey Hamilton, Dayton, 
O. 

Born on Killarney's green shore; 
words and music by F. P. Porter, of 
U. S. [10714 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 : 
E 3SSS56; F. P. Porter, McConnels- 
ville, O. 



Boston (The) music company trio 
album ; [by Henry Eichheim and 
Hugo Ries] , of U. S. ; for violin, vio- 
loncello and piano, v. 8. 4to. (Bos- 
ton music co. ed., no. 154h) [10715 
© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18, 
1916; E. 387886; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements and editing] 

Botschafterin Leni; operette in drei 
akten, text von Bernhard Buchbin- 
der, musik von Leo Ascher, of Aus- 
tria ; klavierauszug mit text, par- 
titur. [10716 

© Mar. 20, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 381002 ; Adolph Robitschek, 
Vienna. 

Bouncing at the rubber ball ; words 
by Roger Lewis, music by Ernie 
Erdman, of IT. S. [10717 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 29, 
1916 E 388166; F. J. A. Forster 
music publisher, Chicago. 

Bourree; arr. by Emerson Whithorne, 
of U. S. ; violin and piano. (Three 
old English tunes, no. 2) [10718 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387344; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

BOW WOW, HELLO, YOU'VE FOUND AN- 
OTHER to-night; words by John P. 
Harrington and Cyrus B. Cuyler, 
music by John Ashton, of England. 

[10719 
© June 16, 1916; 1 c. June 20, 
1916; E 384532; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

Boyd (Jeanne M) Canzonetta (A 
little song) ; poem by Scharmel Iris, 
music by J. M. Boyd, of U. S. 

[10720 
© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1916; E 387944; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Boys (The) from Canada; marching 
song, written and composed by J. B. 
Spurr, arr. by Jules Brazil, of Can- 
ada. [10721 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916 ; 
E 381660 ; J. B. Spurr, Aurora, Can- 
ada. 

Boys (The) in Mexico; words by 
W. W. Sellinger, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [10722 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388305; 
Walter W. Sellinger, Phillips, Me. 



63371—16 2 



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10723 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Beahms (Johannes) Capriccio ; by 
Brahms, op. 76, no. 2, played by 
Victor Wittgenstein, of U. S. ; in E 
min. (Rythmodik record music rolls 
J 15034) [10723 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387785 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

■ Concerto in D ; by J. Brahms, op. 

77, ed. by Leopold Auer, of U. S. ; 
violin and piano. (Music library, 
no. 779) [10724 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 22, 1916 ; 
E 388593; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on the edit- 
ing.] 

■ Rhapsody ; by Brahms, op 79, no. 

2, played by Victor Wittgenstein, of 
U. S. ; in G minor. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls H 15024) [10725 
© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387790 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Break the news to my sweetheart, 
boys ; words and music by G. B. 
Williams, of U. S. [arr. by H. Alfred 
Kelley] of U. S. [10726 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1916; E 388957; 
George B. Williams, Gary, Ind. 

Bremenite (The) ; march by A. Wil- 
lis, of U. S. ; band. 4to. [10727 
© Julv 15, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388636; Alvin Willis, Ber- 
rien Springs. Mich. 

Bridal music ; bv W. C. Henderson, 
of U. S., op. 253 ; piano. [10728 

© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1916; E 387695; 
Wm. C. Henderson, New York. 

Briggs (Cora S.) six responses; by 
C. S. Briggs, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 
Second series. ( Octavo series mixed 
voices, sacred no. 1147.) Contents: 
1. Father all merciful. 2. Now as 
we wait before Thee. 3. Behold we 
come. 4. Lord as we bow before 
Thee. 5. Lead us safely home to 
Thee. 6. Hear our prayer. [10729 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 387419; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Broken (The) cameo; musical bur- 
lesque in two acts, book, lyrics and 
score, bv R. L. C. Beale, of U. S. 

[10730 
© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916, D 19697; 
Ralph Leslie Castle Beale, Dedham, 
Mass. 



Broken (The) toy; by Benjamin 
Frederick Rungee, of U. S. ; piano. 

[10731 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2c. July 29, 1916 ; 

E 387529; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Brown skin, who'ee you for ; words 
by Jerry Mills, music by Roy Bar- 
ton, of U. S. [10732 
© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 387454; Will Rossiter, Chi- 
cago. 

Brush from thy brow (Scheuch' von 
der stirn) ; words by Konrad Nies, 
English version and music by Max 
Heinrich, of U. S., op. 38, no. 2; 
high voice. (Love in spring, no. 2.) 

[10733 
© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388597. Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Bugle (a) call to peace: lyric by 
Halbert McNenny, music by Dawley 
Troth, of U. S. New York, F. B. 
Ha vila nd pub. co. [10734 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388579. Mrs. James Mc- 
Nenny, Deadwood, S. D. 

Bulgarische hymne. See Uhl (Mar- 
tin) Sechs hymnen. 

Bunny ; words by B. F. Davis, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[10735 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388924; 
B. F. Davis, Pittsburgh. 

Burial (The) of love; words by 
Francis Coutts, music by John Urich, 
of Great Britain; contralto or bari- 
tone. [10736 

© July 15, 1916; 1 c. July 19, 
1916; E 38472.0; W T eeks & co., 
London. 

Burla; polka, by Ewald B. Haun, of 
IT. S. ; solo piccolo with piano ace. 

[10737 

© July 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 387613 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincin- 
nati. 

polka for piccolo, by Ewald B. 

Haun, of U. S. ; band. 4to. [10738 

© July 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916; 
E 387610 ; Fillmore bros. co., Cincin- 
nati. 



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no. 9. 1916 



10756 



Burlington (The) way: march, by 

W. G. Haven, of U. S. ; piano. [10739 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 

1916; E 388565: William Oilman 

Haven, Greenfield, 111. 

Burst (A) of melody; by C. Linn 
Seiler, of U. S. ; in C; orchestral 
parts. [10740 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388569; Boosey & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement. ] 

But in the moening; from Canary 
cottage, words and music by Earl 
Carroll, of U. S. [10741 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916 ; E 388482 ; Leo Feist inc.. New 
York. 

Butterfly; by Helen Sealy, of Eng- 
land ; violin with piano ace. [10742 
© July 5, 1916 ; 1 c. July 22, 1916 ; 
' E 381078 ; Hawkes & Son, London. 

Butterfly. See also Grieg (E. Y. ) 
Three lyric pieces. 

By the eoadstue ; words from Welles- 
ley lyrics by Louise, Loomis, music 
by Louis A. Reilly, of U. S. ; medium 
voice. [1074.3 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388851 ; Alden music pub. co., 
Denver. 
By the surf ; waltz by C. H. Smythe, 
arr. by Thomas a' Becket, of IT. S. ; 
piano. [10744 

© July 6, 1916 : 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387086; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and arrangement.] 
C. a. f. e. See Hassenstein (Paul) 

Drei fugenscherze. 
C. O. D. (Come on dance) ; one step, 
by Mel B. Kaufman, of U. S. ; piano. 

[10745 
© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916 ; E 388432 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 
Cabaletta ; by Theodore Lack, arr. by 
W. K. Whiting, of U. S. ; orch. 
(Ideal edition, no. 230.) [10746 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388583 ; Cundy Bettoney co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 
California march ; with descriptive 
introduction, by S. Seiler, of U. S. ; 
piano. [10747 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388646; S. Seiler, Los An- 
geles. 



California waltz ; by S. Seiler, of 
U. S. ; piano. [10748 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388647; S. Seiler, Los An- 
geles. 

Call (The) of the angelus ; inter- 
mezzo by Albert E. Walton, of Great 
Britain, arr. for military band. 4to. 

[10749 

© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 

1916; E 384742; J. R. Lafleur & son, 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Call (The) of the children ; w T ords 
by M. L. Butler, music by Fanny S. 
Knowlton, of U. S., arr. by Mary L. 
Butler, of U. S. [10750 

© June 23, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388121; Ida F. Leyda, 
Chicago. 

Call of the sea; concert polka, solo 
or duet, by Holmes & Smith, of 
U. S. ; 1st and 2d B flat cornet, B 
fiat saxophone or trombone pom- 
posa, piano ace. (Famous duets, 
no. 1.) [10751 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389203; C. L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa, la. 

Call (The) of the U. S. A.; words 
and music by J. J. Donahue, of U. S. 

[10752 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 387737; John J. Donahue, 
Lawrence, Mass. 

words by G. H. Irving, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [10753 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387300; 
Gertrude H. Irving, Binghamton, 
N. Y. 

Call off the dogs of war; words by 
M. A. Welles, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [10754 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388928; 
Maude A. Welles, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

Call (The) to Mexico; words by 
W. M. Vandecar, music by J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. [10755 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387628; 
W. M. Vandecar, Rockfall, Conn. 

or, The eternal conflict, words and 

music by M. R. Bonnell, of U. S., 
arr. bv Leonard Freeman Shepard, 
of U. S. [10756 

© 1 c.-June 26, 1916; E 388423; 
Maud Richey Bonnell, Los Angeles. 



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10757 



pt. in, n. s., v. 1 1 



Camp Douglas ; march, by W. J. 

Ebert, of IT. S. ; piano. [10757 

© Aug. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 

E 388866; Will J. Ebert, Oshkosh. 

Wis. 

Can ever you forget ; words and mu- 
sic by H. H. Fuller, of U. S. 

[10758 
© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 27. 
1916; E 388326; Henry H. Fuller, 
White Bear Lake, Minn. 

Can my mother see me now ; words 
by C. A. McDougald. music by E. S. 
S. Huntington, of U. S. [10759 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388544; 
C. A. McDougald, Vancouver, B. C, 
Canada. 

Can you blame the woman after all ; 
words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by 
F. V. Bowers, of L T . S. New York, 
Frederick V. Bowers pub. co., inc. 

[10760 
© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387671 ; Frederick V. Bowers, inc.. 
New York. 

Canary cottage ; selection from Oliver 
Morosco's play, music by Earl Car- 
roll, arr. for piano by Lee Orean 
Smith, of U. S. ; piano. [10761 

© Aug. 30. 1916; 2 e. Aug. 29. 
1916 ; E 387989 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Cancion de amor; Bolivian folk 
soQg, arr. by L. C. Gainsborg, of 
U. S. ; voice and piano. [10762 

© 1 c. Aug. 12. 1916; E 387723; 
Maria Paz Gainsborg & Lolita Ca- 
brera Gainsborg, New Y T ork. 

Canobie Lake ; waltz song, words and 
music by Frank Byrne and Bert 
Burhoe, of U. S. [10763 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 387976; B. B. B. music co., 
Salem, N. H. 

Canoeing; arr. by Dave Langlands. of 
IT. S. ; ukulele ; 4to. [10764 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916 ; E 383868 ; Southern California 
music co., Los Angeles. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement in chart 
form.] 

Canzona. See Frysinger (J. F.) 

Canzonetta. See Bachmann ( Georges ) 
—Boyd (J. M.)— Herbert (Victor) 

Capriccio. See Brahms (Johannes) 



Caprice eccentrique ; by Gerald O'Gor- 
man, of Great Britain ; piano. 

[10765 
© July 17, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916; E 384736; Charles Sheard & 
co., London. 

Captain, is he in your company ; 
words by S. W. Brown, music by 
Ruby Denglier Hendricks, of IT. S. 

[10766 

© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1916; E 390008; 
Sadie Willson Brown, Albanv, Berke- 
ley, Cal. 

Caroline; I'm coming back to you, 
words by Jack Caddigan, music by 
James McHugh, of IT. S. Boston, 
D. W. Cooper pub. co. [10767 

© Aug. 16. 1916: 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 387975; David W. Cooper, 
Boston. 

Carry me back to the old planta- 
tion ; words and music by J. K. 
Meyer, of IT. S., arr. by Case Down- 
ing, of U. S. [10768 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388608; 
Joseph Kauffmann Meyer, San Fran- 
cisco. 
Castilian ; tango parisienne, by L. S. 
Roberts, of IT. S. ; piano. New York, 
Maurice Richmond music co. [10769 

© July 7. 1916 ; 2 c. July 10, 1916 ; 
E 388344; Lee S. Roberts, Chicago. 
Ce que bit la petite princes se des 
tulipes. See Menus propos enfan- 
tins. 
Cecilia ; waltz by J. Ernest Philie, of 
U. S. ; piano ; four hands. [10770 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387090; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 
Cervena kosile; by A. Maria Hess, 
of IT. S. ; piano. [10771 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916 ; E 387963 ; Jos. Jiran, Chicago. 

Chaminabe (Cecile Louise Ste- 
phanie) Anneau (L') du soldat ; 
poesie de M. Colombas, musique de 
C. Chaminade, of France; chant et 
piano, no. 2, ton original. [10772 

© July 21. 1916; 1 c. July 22, 
1916 ; E 381086 ; Enoch & co., Paris. 

Scarf dance; air de ballet by 

C. L. S. Chaminade, arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer, of IT. S. ; full orch. 4to. 

[10773 

© July 25. 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916 ; E 388698 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 



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no. 9, 1916 



10789 



Changing time ; words by J. R. Car- 
ter, music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [10774 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387479; 
J. R. Carter, Potter, Neb. 

Chansonette. See Owst (W. G.) 

Chant (A) ; words by Bruce Porter, 
music by William W. Carruth, of 
U. S. (In Pacofic coast musician) 

[10775 
© July 1. 1916 ; 2 c. July 13, 1916 ; 
E 388581 ; Colby & Pryibil, Los An- 
geles. 

Chant des kametjes ; barcarolle, poesie 
du Rev. Pere Modeste Champoux. 
musique de Modeste Paul Champoux. 
of U. S. [10776 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 27. 
1916; E 387495; William Herbert 
Peate, Utica, N. Y. 

Chant guereier du roi des haricots. 
See Menus propos enfantins. 

Charme oublie ; par S. Cbapelier, of 

France; orchestre avec piano con- 

ducteur. 4to. [10777 

© July 8. 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 

E 381092 ; S. Chapelier, Paris. 

Chasing the faries with you ; words 
by W. Slevin, music by Mitchell 
Stanford, of U. S. St. Louis, Mellin- 
ger music pub. co. [10778 

© Aug. 1. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1916 ; 
E 387706; William Slevin, Fenton, 
Mo. 

Chattanooa blues ; a slow drag, lyric 
bv Maceo Pinkard, music by Isidor 
Seidel, of U. S. [10779 

© May 29, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388259 ; Seidel music pub. co., inc., 
Indianapolis. 

Chatter; by Georges Bachmann, rev. 
and ed. with instructions as to in- 
terpretation and method of study, 
biographical sketch, story and glos- 
sary by Emerson WTiithorne, of U. 
S. ; piano. ( Selected edition, pro- 
gressive series, no. 224, grade 1-b.) 

[10780 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15. 
1916; E 387351; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Cheery chirps for children ; ten 
songs with piano accompaniment, 
words by various authors, music by 
Carrie Bullard, of U. S. [10781 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18, 
1916; E 387884; Boston music co., 
Boston. 



Cheery song; words by Jean Mere- 
dyth, nom de plume of D. D. Slater, 
music by David Dick Slater, of 
England. Toronto, Hawkes & Har- 
ris co. [10782 
© July 20, 1916; 1 c. July 24, 
1916; E 384753; Frederick Harris 
co., Toronto. 

Chef und tippmamsell ; tanz-duett 
aus dem volksstiick, Der jungling 
mit den ellenbogen, text von Carl 
Rossler und Ludwig Heller, musik 
von Ernst Steffan, arr. von Otto 
Lindemann, of Austria; gesang und 
piano. [10783 

© Dec. 30. 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1915; E 381432; Drei masken ver- 
lag, g. m. b. h., Munich. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 

Cherry ripe; words by Robert Her- 
rick, music by Charles E. Horn, arr. 
by N. Clifford Page, of U. S. ; sop. 1 
and 2 and alto. (Laurel octavo, 
no. 478.) [10784 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916 ; E 387453 ; C. C. Birchard & co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Chicago bound; words and music bv 
F. Burn, of U. S., arr. by Fred K. 
Huffer, of U. S. [10785 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387506; Farrar Burn, Chi- 
cago. 

Childhood days ; words by Gladys G. 
Dennis, music by Harry H. Williams, 
of U. S. [10786 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916; E 388443; Williams music 
pub. co., inc., Providence, R. I. 

Children's (The) hour; 10 short 
pieces, by Joseph Fredericks, of 
Great Britain; piano. Book 1. Con- 
tents. — 1. Jack o' lantern. — 2. Fairy 
queen. — 3. Dreaming. — 4. The frogs' 
march. — 5. Powder and patches. 
Book 2. Contents. — 6. Gracious lady. 
7. Mayday. — 8. Little blue pigeon. — 
9. The passing minstrels. — 10. Sleepy 
hollow. [10787, 10788 

© June 15, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 1, 
1916; E 384577, 384578; Schott & 
co., London. 

Children's (The) thank you song; 
words by L. F. L., melody by Ed- 
mund Kretschmer, harmonized by 
Helen M. Browne, of U. S. [10789 
© Aug. 8, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916 ; E 389015 ; Ida F. Leyda, Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on the 
harmonization.] 



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10790 



pt. m, n. s., v. 11 



Child's play ; by Franz Belir, rev. and 
eel. witli instructions as to interpre- 
tation and method of study, bio- 
graphical sketch, story and glossary 
by Emerson Whithorne, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Selected edition, progressive 
series, no. 220, grade 1-b.) [10790 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 

1916; E 387363; Art. publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Cliild's (A) prayer; words by Mrs. 
Henry Abrahamson, music by P. I. 
Jacoby, of U. S., arr. by C. E. Sharp, 
of U. S. [10791 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 387939; 
Philip I. Jacoby, San Francisco. 

Chimes (The) of Noemandy; by 
Planquette, arr. by Paul Lawson, of 
U. S. ; piano with text ad lib. 

[10792 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387083; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Chimes of Venice; bacarolle from 
Tales of Hoffman, by Walter Decker, 
played by Al Sterling, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls G 
14673.) [10793 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387757 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Ching-a-ling ; Chinese patrol, by Fred 
Lax, of U. S., op. 719 ; orch. 4to. 

[10794 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916 ; E 387494 ; P. J. Lammers, Bal- 
timore. 

Choice selections for the banjo. 
Book 6. Contents : In the ballroom ; 
schottische, by De Harport bros., of 
U. S. — Little Dorcas; a darky 
scramble, by Chas. C. Gay, of U. S — 
On review; grand march, by H. C. 
Trussell, of U. S. — Waverly galop, 
by T. A. Simpson, of Canada — Grace 
and beauty ; gavotte, by De Harport 
bros., of U. S. — Emblem mazurka; 
by Goldby and Shepard, of U. S. 
C notation. [10795 

© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 390016; Stephen Shepard, 
Paterson, N. J. 

Chop sticks; an oriental fantasy by 

M. Colas, [pseud, of N. A. Montani] 

of U. S. ; piano. [10796 

© L c July 15, 1916 ; E 387288 ; 

Nicola A. Montani, Philadelphia. 



Chopin Frederic Francois. Complete 
works for the pianoforte ; etudes, by 
F. Chopin, revision, fingering and in- 
troductory remarks by Arthur Fried- 
heim, of Russia, domiciled at Berg- 
enfield, N. J., genl. prefatory note 
by James Huneker, of U. S. bk. 8. 
(Library of musical classics, v. 33.) 

[10797 

© July 19. 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387504; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
troduction, revision, fingering, and 
prefatory note.] 

various compositions by Cho- 



pin, newly ed., rev., and fingered by 
Rafael Joseffy, of U. S., with a 
prefatory note by James Huneker. 
bk. 12. (Library of musical classics, 
v. 36.) [10798 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387927; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing, revision, and fingering.] 

— Etude; by Chopin, op. 25, no. 1, 
played by Howard Brockway, of 
U. S. ; in A fiat major. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls S 12982). [10799 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387741 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

— Mes joies ; by Chopin-Liszt, op. 
74, no. 5, played by Victor Wittgen- 
stein, of U. S. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls H 14044. ) [10800 

© Feb. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387789 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

— ■ Nocturne ; by Chopin, op. 55, no. 1, 
played by Clarence Adler, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls J 
14394.) [10801 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387782 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

Nocturnes ; par Fr. Chopin, op. 9, 

15, 27, 32, 37, 48, 55, 62, 72, edition 
revue et doigtee par L. Diemer, of 
France; piano (Edition nationale 
franchise . . . no. 922.) [10802 

© May 10, 1916 ; 1 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 384571; Henry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



714 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, 1916 



10816 



Chopin Frederic Francois — Contd. 

Polonaise (The) ; words by Fred- 
erick H. Martens, music by F. 
Chopin, op. 40, no. 1, arr. N. Clifford 
Page, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Series of part songs for mixed 
voices, no. 1000.) [10803 

© Aug. 9, 1916 : 2 c. Aug. 10, 1916 ; 
E 387699; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

——Prelude; by Chopin, op. 28, no. 
15, played by Clarence Adler, of 
U. S. ; in D flat major. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls J 13665.) [10804 

© Dec. 20, 1915; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 : E 387795 ; American piano 
co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Waltz ; by Chopin, op. 70, no. i, 

played by Leopold Godowsky. of U. 
S. (Rythmodik record music rolls J 
5782.) [10805 

© Aug. 20, 1913; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387780 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



Choe dee feiedensboten. 
(Richard). 

Choe dee norwegischen 
See Yv'agner (Richard). 



See Wagner 



mateosen, 



Choeal. See 
Stiicke. 



Ertel (Paul) Fiinf 



Choeale peeltjde on 
spieit, come ; by C. S 
land; organ. 

© July 13, 1916; 
1916 ; E 381130 ; Stainer & Bell 
London. 



COME, HOLY 

Lang, of Eng- 
[10S06 

July 31, 
ltd., 



1 c. 



ChOEUS OF THE PHILISTINES. SeC 

Saint-Saens (C. C). 

CHEIST FEOM THE GAEDEN TO GLOEY ! 

words by Mrs. John Drake, music 
by John Aston, of U. S. ; male 
voices. 4to. [10807 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388841 ; John Aston. Dorranceton, 
Pa. 

Cheistian soul, be evee eeady ; words 
and music by O. C. Brown, of U. S. 
St. Louis, Mo., Shattinger piano and 
music co. [10808 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 388261 ; Olive Cunningham Brown, 
Tulsa, Okl. 



Cheysanthemums ; by William H. 
Penn, played by Felix Gerdts, of 
Austria. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls G 13603.) [10809 

© Dec. 20. 1915; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384873 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Chunculita; bailecito, Bolivian-Inca 
folk song, arr. by L. C. Gainsborg, 
of U. S. ; voice and piano. [10810 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 3S7727; 
Maria Paz Gainsborg & Lolita Ca- 
brera Gainsborg, New York. 

Chvalte hospodina (Praise ye the 
Lord) ; sbirka sborovych pisni s Ces- 
ko-Anglickym textem pro Evangel- 
icke cirkve, Cesky text upravil Josef 
Kfenek, sestavil G. F. Rosche, of 
U. S. 4to. [10811 

© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 17, 1916 ; 
A 435084; Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

Cincinnati, Ohio; text and music by 
Paul Bliss, of U. S. ; male voices. 
4to. [10812 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387331; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Cinquantaine (La) ; air in the olden 
style by Gabriel-Marie, ed. by Ar- 
thur Hartmann. of U. S., violin and 
piano, [10813 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387097; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

minuet, by Theodore Lack, arr. 

by Arthur E. Harris, of U. S. ; or- 
chestra. ( The Cundy-Bettoney ideal 
ed. no. 234.) [10814 

© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23. 
1916 ; E 387936 ; Cundy-Bettoney co.. 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

(The golden wedding) ; a little 

menuet in the ancient style by Theo- 
dore Lack, op. 161. ed. by Andor 

• Pinter, of U. S. ; piano. [10815 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 1, 
1916; E 388216; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 
Cisne (el) ; cancion, words by Adela 
Zamudio, of Bolivia, melody by 
Seiior Mujia, of Bolivia, arr. by Lo- 
lita Cabrera Gainsborg, of U. S. 

[10816 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 387719; 
Maria Paz Gainsborg and Lolita Ca- 
brera Gainsborg, New York. 



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10817 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



City (The) of our God; words by 
Frank Mason North, music by Gott- 
fried H. Federlein, of U. S. ; high 
voice. [10817 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388654; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Civilization ; musical score for Thos. 
H. Ince's million dollar cinema-spec- 
tacle, composed and arr. by Victor L. 
Schertzinger, of U. S. ; piano. 

[10818 

© Aug. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 

E 388905 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

peace march, by Victor L. Schertz- 
inger, arr. by Lee Orean Smith, of 
XL S. ; band. 4to. (Feist edition, 
no. 1241) [10819 
© Aug. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 387680 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment. 



orch. 4to. 



[10820 



© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916 ; E 388794 ; Leo Feist, inc.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Cleopatra's dream waltz ; by C. Weig- 

man, of U. S. ; piano. [10821 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 

E 388S60; Cleopatra Weigman, St. 

Joseph, Mo. 

Closing sentence ; from Mendelssohn's 
oratorio of St. Paul, by J. L. Bald- 
win, of U. S. [10822 
© Jan. 10. 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387509; Josephine L. Bald- 
win, Newark. [Copyright is claimed 
on new words set to the music] 
Cloud pictures ; valse-caprice, by Wal- 
ter Wallace Smith, of U. S. ; piano. 

[10823 
© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 15 
1916; E 387338; Willis music co.. 
Cincinnati. 

Clowns (The). See At the toy-shop. 

Coeur de gipsy ; valse par S. Chapelier, 
of France ; orchestre avec piano con- 
ducted. 4to. [10824 
© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 380849 ; S. Chapelier, Paris. 

College days ; words and music by J. 
Vivian, of U. S. [10825 

© 1 c. June 29, 1916; E 388461; 
Jake Vivian, Fulton, Mo. 

Colors ; patriotic march song, words 
and music by I. W. Partin, of U. S. 
Atlanta, Ga., Jack J. Warth, music 
publisher. [10826 



Colors — Continued. 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. Julv 20, 
1916 ; E 388562 ; Ira W. Partin, At- 
lanta. 

Columbian (The) ; by H. T. Gilday, 

of U. S. ; band. 4to. ' [10827 

© Aug. 17. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 

1916 ; E 387974 ; Henry Theo. Gilday, 

Lowell, Mass. 

Come along to califoenia ; words and 
music by Lillian Langdon and 
Charles Bolles, of U. S. ; song and 
chorus. [10828 

© July 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388819 ; Charles I. Bolles, Los An- 
geles. 

words and melody only. 

[10829 
© 1 c. June 26, 1916; E 388168; 
Charles I. Bolles, Los Angeles. 

Come along with me to flowebland ; 
from The Bing boys are here, words 
by Clifford Grey, music by Nat D. 
Ayer, of U. S. [10830 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916; E 388430; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Come away, deati-i ; words from 
Twelfth night, by Shakespeare, mu- 
sic by Alfred Harriss, of England. 

[10831 
© July 21, 1916; 1 c. July 22, 
1916; E 381085; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Come back, sweet dream ; from The 
girl from Brazil, lyrics by Matthew 
Woodward, music by Sigmund Rom- 
berg, of Austria, domiciled at New 
York City. [10832 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 381616; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Come back to Erin, Mona darling; 
one-step, by Dave Reed, played by 
Pete Wendling, of U. S. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls B 15182) [10833 
© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387749 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Come back to me; words by A. J. 

Inhis, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [10834 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390006; 

A. J. Innis, Williston, N. D. 

words by R. W. Wasler, jr., mu- 
sic by Laura Campbell Ashton, of 
U. S. [10835 
© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 3S7285 ; Reuben Walls Was- 
ler, jr., Washington, Pa. 



716 



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no. 9, 1916 



10855 



Come back to me by the old wishing 
well ; words by E. Krupp, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [10836 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387640; 
Emil Krupp, Stoughton, Wis. 

Come back to my heart again ; words 
by Edgar Cheesman, music by Ed- 
ward St. Quentin, of Great Britain ; 
no. 1 in F. [10837 

© July 17, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916; E 384741; Charles Sheard & 
co., London. 

Come back to Soeeento (Torna a 
Surriento) ; by Ernest de Curtis, 
played by Andrei Kmita, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls G 
14523.) [10838 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387761 ; American piano CO., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Come home to me; words by H. H. 
Loxley, music by Harry Hague, of 
Great Britain, no. 3 in E fiat. [10839 

© July 14, 1916; 1 c. July 19, 
1916; E 384722; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

Come join the dance; waltz song, by 

Jesse M. Winne, arr. by J. Louis 

von der Mehden, jr., of U. S. ; orch. 

4to. 1. In E flat. 2. In D. 3. In C. 

[10840-10842 

© Julv 14, 1916; 2 c. each July 
15, 1916; E 387367-387369; G. Ri- 
cordi & co., inc., New York. 

words and music by Jesse M. 

Winne, of U. S. 1. In E flat. 2. In 
D. 3. In C. [10843-10845 

© July 14, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 15, 
1916; E 387370-387372; G. Ricordi 
& co., inc., New York. 

Come on and baby me ; words by Sam 
M. Lewis and Joe Young, music by 
Geo. W. Meyer, of U. S. [10846 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1916 ; 
E 390093; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Come eound London with me; from 
The Bing boys are here; words by 
Clifford Grey and Nat D. Ayer, mu- 
sic by Nat D. Ayer, of U. S. [10847 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 3882S7; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 



Come sail with me o'ee the golden 
sea; words and music by E. G. 
Corson, of U. S. Philadelphia, Phil- 
adelphia music publishers. [10848 
© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 388491; Eva Gibbons Cor- 
son, Columbus, O. 

Come, this is the place foe you; 
words by B. T. Mollica, music by 
Harry Stirling, of U. S. Washing- 
ton, Marks-Goldsmith co., inc. 

[10849 
© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. July 31, 1916 ; 
E 388764; B. T. Mollica, Hamilton 
Beach, Cal. 

Come to me now when I need you; 
words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by 
F. V. Bowers, of U. S. New York, 
Frederick V. Bowers, inc. pub. co. 

[10850 
© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387668 ; Frederick V. Bowers, inc., 
New York. 

Come to me now while I need you; 
words by Lucille Solman, music by 
Alfred Solman, of U. S. [10851 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 3S7340; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

Come to my bungalow ; words and 

music by Jack Burnett, arr. by 

Harry Alford, of U. S. [10852 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388912; 

Grace Carlita, Chicago. 

Come unto me; words by I. F. L., of 
U. S., music adapted from Reineche 
by I. F. Leyda, of U. S. [10853 

© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1916 ; 
E 389027; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 
[Copyright is claimed on the words.] 

words by Wm. C. Dix, verse 4 

and music by F. E. Oliver, of U. S. 

[10854 

© Sept. 1. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 390216; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Complete method foe the Boehm 
clarinet; by Gustave Langenus of 
U. S. pt. 2, book 2. [10855 

© Aug. 30, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Aug. 31, 1916; A 436557; Gustave 
Langenus, New York. 

Complete woeks foe the pianofoete. 
See Chopin (F. F.) 



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10856 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Concert variations upon Old hun- 
dred; by John Knowles Paine, of 
U. S.; organ. [10856 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916 ; E 388695 ; Harvard university 
press, Cambridge. 

Concerto. See Grieg (E. H.) 

Concerto in D. See Brahms (Jo- 
hannes). 

Concerto italien. See Bach (J. S.) 

Conchita; romance of old California, 
lyric and music by J. C. Johnston, 
of U. S. [10857 

© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1916; E 387714; 
Josephine Chapman Johnston, Los 
Angeles. 

Consider the lilies ; anthem for 
Children's day or general use, bibli- 
cal text, music by A. Topliff, arr. by 
H. L. Heartz, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Choral service no. 
841.) [10858 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916 ; E 387374 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Consolation. See Liszt (Franz) 

Content; words by Grenville Parr, 
music by Norman G. Notley, of Can- 
ada; high voice. [10859 
© July 25, 1916; 2 -c. July 26, 
1916; E 384759; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Contentment ; by A. Sanderson- 
Keith, of England ; piano. [10860 
© July 3, 1916 ; 1 c. July 26, 1916 ; 
E 384767 ; Bos worth & co., London. 

Coquette (La) ; caprice by Carl Bon- 
ner, of U. S. ; piano. [10861 
© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 1, 
1916; E 388218; W. B. Hasey, Bos- 
ton. 

Costume delle americanelle e ita- 
lianelle ; parole e musica di D. Pri- 
mavera, of Italy; canto e violino 
opure mandolino. 4to. [10862 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 11, 
1916; E 380813; Domenico Prima- 
vera, Philadelphia. 

Cradle-rock; fox-trot, by Abe Frankl 
and Phil Kornheiser, of U. S. ; piano. 

[10863 

© Aug. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 

E 388907 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



Cradle-rock — Continued. 

arr. by Lee Orean Smith, of 

U. S. ; orch. 4to. [10864 

© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916 ; E 388793 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Cremo (The) selections no. 1; by 
D. Mansfield, of U. S. ; violin. 

[10865 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388506; Dudley Mansfield, 
New York. 

Cri du coeur ; by Ethel Barns, of Eng- 
land ; piano. [10866 
© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 381505 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Crinoline ; minuet in olden style, by 
Albert Stoessel, of U. S. ; violin and 
piano. [10867 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389224; Boston music co., 
Bostou. 

Croix (Les) d'honneur; paroles de 
Andre Escourrou, musique de Paul 
Fauchey, of France ; no. 1, baryton 
ou mezzo soprano. [10868 

© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381108 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Cross your fingers, Maggie Flynn ; 
lvric and music by Earl Carroll, of 
U. S. [10869 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388827 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Crusaders' march ; by Herbert de 
Pinna, of Australia ; piano. [10870 

© Julv 17, 1916; 1 c. July 19, 
1916 ; E 384726 ; W. H. Paling & co., 
ltd., Sydney, Australia. 

Cycle of Swedish folk-songs ; part 
songs, arr. by Louis Victor Saar, of 
U. S. 4to. (Mixed voices; a series 
of quartets and choruses, 3d set, 
no. 915 ) Contents : 1. Vermeland. — 
2. 'Neath the roses. — 3. Judge's 
dance. [10871 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387895; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Daffodil (The). See Little flower 
pieces. 

Daisy (The) . See Little flower pieces. 
Dance. See Mumma (A. A.) 



718 



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no. 9, 1916 



10889 



Dance, dolly, dance; by Carl 
Reinecke, rev. and ed. with instruc- 
tions as to interpretation and method 
of study, biographical sketch, story 
and glossary by Emerson Whit- 
home, of U. S. ; piano. (Selected 
edition, progressive series, no. 229, 
grade 1-b. [10872 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387364; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotation.] 

Dance of .toy; by W. J. Fenney, of 

England, op. 10; piano. [10873 

© July 13, 1916; 1 c. July 31, 

1916 ; E 381135 ; William J. Fenney, 

Birmingham, England. 

Dance of the autumn leaves ; late 
October, by Florence Newell Bar- 
bour, of U. S. ; piano. (Nature pic- 
tures) [10874 
© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387593; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Dance of the faikies. See Fairy 
tales. 

Dance of the poppies ; by Leo Fried- 
man, of U. S. ; piano. [10875 
© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388517 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Dance of the water nymphs ; by 
Albert Locke Norris, of U. S., op. 41 ; 
pf. [10876 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 
E 388878; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Dancing. See School-day miniatures. 

Dancing dolls ; gavotte, by Julius S. 
Seredy, arr. by Seredy and Louis 
Tocaben, of U. S. ; full mandolin 
orch. (Progressive mandolin orches- 
tra edition, no. 22.) [10877 
© June 29. 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916; 1 c. July 22, 1916; E 388589; 
Carl Fischer, New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

full orch. with organ ace. 

(Progressive orchestra edition, no. 
22.) [10878 

© June 29, 1916: 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388602; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 
Dancing meemaids ; by George Spen- 
ser, of U. S. ; piano. (Neath the deep 
blue sea.) [10879 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388977; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



Dancing (The) party; waltz, by 
Florence Newell Barbour, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Days of sunshine.) [10880 
© July 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1916; E 387586; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Danse caprice; by Calypso Brook, of 

New Zealand; piano. [10881 

© June 8, 1916 ; 1 c. June 7, 1916 ; 

E 384403 ; A. Eady & co., Auckland, 

New Zealand. 

Darling come to me ; by W T alter Alex- 
ander, of U. S., arr. by William C. 
Polla, of U. S. ; piano. [10882 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387466; 
Karczag pub. co., New York. 

Darling Nellie Gray; by B. R. 
Hanby, arr. by Frank J. Smith, of 
U. S. ; male voices. (Octavo series 
men's voices no. 401.) [10883 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 387403; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Day by day ; by J. J. Blum, of U. S. ; 
piano. [10884 

© 1 c. June 21, 1916; E 386934; 
Julius J. Blum, Brooklyn. 

Day dreams ; by Laurence Sturdy, of 

England, piano. [10885 

© July 3, 1916 ; 1 c. July 26, 1916 ; 

E 384766; Bosworth & co., London. 

Day (The) I left old Erin, for the 
good old U. S. A. ; words by Robt. 
S. Vaughan. music by Harold C. 
O'Hare, of U. S. [10886 

© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387930; Maurice Richmond 
music co., inc., New York. 

Day (A) in a child's life; a collec- 
tion of songs, words and music by 
S. C. David, of U. S. [10887 

© 1 c. July 22, 1916; E 387451; 
Sara C. David, Pittsburgh. 

Days (The) when we were young; 
words by A. H. Hayes, music by 
J. E. Andino, of U. S. [10888 

© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388734; 
A. H. Hayes, Winnipeg, Man., Can- 
ada. 

De glory lan' ; words by R. H. Pal- 
lister, music by F. Emerald, of U. S. 

[10S89 
© June 21, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 387554; Frank Emerald, 
Homestead, Pa. 



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10890 



pt. Ill, 11. S., V. 11 



Dear little grey mother of mine ; 
text and music by R. B. Ripley, of 
U. S. [10890 

© June 28, 1916: 2 c. July 14, 
1916; E 388456; Rupert B. Ripley, 
Boston. 

Dear old New York ; words by C. R. 
Sohncke, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [10891 
© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388317; 
Carl R. Sohncke, Las Casadas, Pan- 
ama, C. Z. 

Dear old Shepherd's Bush ; from 
The Bing boys are here, words by 
Clifford Grey, music bv Nat D. 
Ayer, of U. S. [10892 

© July 6. 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388288; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 

Dearest (The) sweetest story that 

THE WORLD WILL EVER KNOW ; WOl'dS 

bv T. Blanchard. music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [10893 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916 E 388309; 
Tom Blanchard, Westwood, Cal. 

Decepcion ; cancion. Bolivian folk 
song, arr. bv L. C. Gainsborg. of 
U. S. ; voice and piano. [10894 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916 E 387724; 
Maria Paz Gainsborg & Lolita Ca- 
brera Gainsborg, New York. 

Dedication. See Schumann (R, A.) 

Delbridge (The) system for learn- 
ing to play piano or organ ; arr. by 
J. C. Delbridge. of U. S. Lessons 
1. 2. & 3. [10895 

© Julv 25. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1916: E 387910; John C. Delbridge, 
Danville, 111. . 

Deliverance ; 3rd religious dramatic 
song, text from the Holy Writ, col- 
laboration of Henrietta Falconer- 
Grant, music by J. P. Kursteiner, 
of U, S., op. 25, no. 1; bar. or con- 
tralto in G. New York, Kursteiner 
and Rice. [10S96 

© July 17. 1916: 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 387427; Jean Paul Kur- 
steiner, New York. 

Den gefallenen kameraden ; text von 
Ostwald, musik von Rudolf Simon, 
op. 22 ; vierstimmiger mannerchor ; 
partitur. 4to. (Ausgrosser zeit, no. 
3) [10897 

© Dec. 23, 1915 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 3§1146 ; P. J. Tonger, Cologne, Ger- 
many. 



Denk' an dein Wien ; text von Franz 
Allmeder, musik von Ludwig Prechtl, 
of Austria, op. 96. [10898 

© Apr. 15, 1915; 1 c. Julv 15, 
1916 ; E 381009 ; Adolph Robitschek, 
Vienna. 

Dentelle; by W. G. Owst, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Three pieces for the piano, 
no. 3) [10899 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18, 
1916; E 387892; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Depend on me ; words and music by 
Billy Kent, of U. S., arr. by Edward 
E. Menges, of U. S. [10900 

© June 29, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388221 ; Thurles music pub. co.. St. 
Louis. 

Deserted; words by J. T. Andrews, 
music by J. E. Anclino, of U. S. 

[10901 

© 1 c? July 28, 1916 ; E 388722 ; 

James T. Andrews, Hartsville, Tenn. 

Desteapta te Romane (Svegliati Ro- 
mania) ; by A. Muresiann, arr. by P. 
Tesio, of U. S. [and] Aseara'n Gra- 
dina (Ieri sera in Giardino), by A. 
Rudolf, of Roumania, arr. by P. 
Tesio, of U. S. ; two mandolins and 
guitar. (Oriental music, no. 1007) 

[10902 

© June 22. 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916; E 386969; Peter Tesio, New 
York. 

Deutsche hymne. See Uhl (Martin) 
Sechs hymnen. 

Deutscher mannerchor; kunstlieder 
zeitgenossischer tonsetzer, hrsg. von 
Georg Ainft, of Germany. V. Parti- 
turen band, nr. 41-50. 4to. [10903 
© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381328; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on com- 
position.] 

Deutsches lied; ged. von Richard 
Dehmel, musik von Egon Wellesz, of 
Germany; mittlere s limine und 
klavier. [10904 

© Oct. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380982 ; Universal-edition, Leipzig. 

Did you ever hear our eagle scream f 

words by E. M. Hendricks, music by 

J. E. Anclino, of U. S. [10905 

© 1 c.'July 21, 1916; E 388539; 

E. M. Hendricks, Minneapolis. 



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no. 9. 1910 



10922 



Dje odes keine; leicht potpourri aus 
der operette, von Edmund Eysler, 
arr. von Wilhelm Alexi, of Austria ; 
violine und klavier. (Neues Wiener 
operetten-album, band IX, no. 26.) 

[10906 
© Jan. 20, 1916; 1 c. July 29. 
1916; E 381139; Ludwig Doblinger 
( Bernhard Herzmansky ) , Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

■ operette in drei akten, text von 

Leo Stein und Bela Jenbach, musik 
von Edmund Eysler, of Austria, arr. 
von B. Bersa, of Austria. 1. Kla- 
vierauszug mit text, partitur. 2. 
Klavierauszug zu zwei lianden, mit 
unterlegtem text. [10907, 10908 

© Nov. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 6, 
1916; E 380828, 380829; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
piano edition, 2 hds.] 

buhnenmaterial, solo. 

chor und or Chester ; stimmen. [10909 
© 1 c. July 29, 1916; E 381417; 
Ludwig Doblinger (Bernhard Herz- 
mansky), Vienna. 

1. Klavier zu vier h'an- 



den. 2. Klavier zu zwei handen. 

[10910. 10911 
© Jan. 16, 1916; 1 c. each July 
29, 1916 ; E 381137, 381138 ; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements.] 
Dios mio decid poeque ; cancion, Bo- 
livian folk song, arr. by L. C. Gains- 
borg, of U. S. ; voice and piano. 

[10912 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 387728; 
Maria Paz Gainsborg & Lolita 
Cabrera Gainsborg, New York. 
Die gehoet mein heez ; lied aus der 
operette, Die kaiserin (Fiirsten- 
liebe ) , text von Julius Brammer und 
Alfred Griinwald, musik von Leo 
Fall, of Austria ; gesang u. piano. 

[10913 
© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381173; Eibenschiitz & Berte, 
Vienna. 
Do what youe motheb did ; one-step 
by Albert Von Tilzer, plaved bv 
Pete Wendling, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls B 15272.) 

[10914 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1916; E 387766; American piano 

co., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on interpretation.] 



Does it pay to eaise youe boy to be 
a soldier; words by F. S. Daniel. 
music by W. Bettmann, of I'. S. 
New Albany. Ind.. Betcmann bros. & 
Daniel. [10915 

© July 28. 1916; 2 c. July 31. 
1916 ; E 388758 ; Fred S. Daniel and 
Win. Bettmann, New Albany, Ind. 

Dolly's (The) lullaby [and] The 
merry-go-round ; by N. Louise 
Wright, of U. S. ; op. 24 ; piano ( Six 
little pieces, nos. 1 & 2.) [10916 

© July 5. 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 388296; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Donauwacht (Die) ; dichtung von 
Karl Frank, musik von Adolf Kirchl, 
of Austria ; zwei versch composi- 
tionen no. 2, fur mannerchor mit 
klavierbegl. [10917 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381439; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 

text von Karl Frank, vertont von 

Viktor Keldorfer und Adolf Kirchl, 
arr. von Alois Wanjek, of Austria ; 
zither, Wiener stimmung. [10918 

© Mar. 11, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381180; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky) Liepzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Zwei versch., dichtung von Karl 

Frank, musik von Viktor Kehklor- 
fer und Adolf Kirchl ; schulausgabe 
no. 1. in C & no. 2 in E flat. 1. Kin- 
der-chor, 1 & 2. 2. Gesang u. 
klavier. [10919, 10920 

© Jan. 29, 1916 : 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381181. 3S1182 ; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky) 
Leipzig. 

Donne e ballo; polca, by Anconetani, 
arr. by B. Quattrociocche, of U. S. ; 
armonica. (Edition for armonica, 
no. 21. i [10921 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26. 
1916; E 388657; B. Quattrociocche, 
Steubenville, O. 

Dont (Jacques). Twenty-four exer- 
cises; preparatory to the studies of 
R. Kreutzer and P. Rode, by Jacques 
Dont, op. 37, ed. and fingered by 
Louis Svecenski, of Poland, domi- 
ciled at New York; violin. (Library 
of musical classics, v. 328.) [10922 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15. 
1916; E 387346; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and fingering.] 



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30923 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Don't cey, Dolly Geey; lyric by 
Alfred Bryan, music by Herman 
Paley, of U. S. [10923 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916; E 390064; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Don't get Yankee Doodle in the 

stew ; words by O. Moilensen, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [10924 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388551; 

Olive Moilensen, Parowan, Utah. 

Don't leave me with a beoken heart ; 
words by E. Windrum, music by R. 
A. Browne, of U. S., words and 
melody only. [10925 

© 1 c. July 19, 1916; E388503 ; 
Earl Windrum, Allenville, N. Y. 

Don't play that love-sick melody; 
written by W. H. Wallis, composed 
by J. W. Johnson, of England. 

(Popular song success), no. 228.) 

[10926 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 381613; Star music pub. 
co., London. 

Don't say nothing ; words and music 
by G. W. Thomas, of U. S. New 
Orleans, Geo. W. Thomas music 
pub. co. [10927 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 387555; Geo. W. Thomas, 
New Orleans. 

Don't you care ; words and music by 
L. E. von der Lieth, of U. S., op. 22, 
no. 1 ; key of E. [10928 

© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1916; E 387940; 
Leonore E. von der Lieth, Los An- 
geles. 

Dooe (The) of my heart will be 
open foe you; words by Harry D. 
Kerr, music by H. B. Holbrook, of 
U. S., arr. by R. Missenger, of Ger- 
many. , [10929 

© 1 c. July 31, 1916; E 388754; 
Harriet B. Holbrook, Los Angeles. 

Dopo la peesa di Gorizia ; nuovi 
stornelli della guerra italio aus- 
triaca, versi di Gennaro Amato, 
musica di A. Matacea, of Italy, domi- 
ciled at New York; cato e mando- 
line 4to. [10930 
© Aug. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1916 ; 
E 390058; Arturo Matacea, New 
York. 

Doppelchor im -Lateran. See Wag- 
ner (Richard) 



Doreen ; by Helen Sealy, of England ; 
violin with piano ace. [10931 

© July 5, 1916 ; 1 c. July 22, 1916 ; 
E 381077 : Hawkes & son, London. 

Dotzauber (J. J. Fr.) 18 exercises; 
de J. J. Fr. Dotzauber, op. 120, re- 
vises, annotes et doigtes par Cros 
Saint- Ange, of France ; violon. 

[10932 
© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 380843; Maurice Senart & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Down at the old ceoss-eoad ; words 
by R. Miller, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [10933 
© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388550; 
Roy Miller, Mt. Clemens, Mich. 

Down deep in my soul ; words by Ed- 
win Spicer, music by Ch. Praetorius, 
of U. S. New York, H. Bauer music 
co. [10934 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1916 ; 
E 387705; E. M. Crossman, Seattle. 

Down in Deeey ; words by Clinton 
Scollard, music by Ralph Cox, of 
U. S. ; sop. or ten. and alto or bar. 

[10935 
© July 25, 1916; 2 c. each July 
26, 1916; E 388708; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Down in New Hampshire; words by 

L. Mulvey, music by Elsa Garrette, 

of U. S. [10936 

© 1 c. July 12, 1916; E 388417; 

Lawrence Mulvey, New York. 

Down on the Rio Grande ; words and 

music by George Byrd Dougherty, 

of U. S., words and melody. [10937 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 387731; 

Henry Piatt, New York. 

Down the stream in cloverland ; 

words by W. Eyers, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [10938 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387476; 

Wm. Eyers, Uno, Mich. 

Draga Ljubica; lied aus der operette. 
Die winzerbraut, musik von Oskar 
Nedbal. 1. Salonorchester, arr. von 
Martin Uhl, of Austria. 2. Grosses 
orchester, arr. von B. Bersa, of Aus- 
tria. [10939, 10940 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381403, 381404; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements.] 



VI 



99 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, 1916 



10959' 



Dkaga Ljubica — Continued. 

text, v. Leo Stein unci Julius 

Wilhelm, musik von Oskar Nedbal, 
of Austria ; gesang u. piano. [10941 
© Feb. 9, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; B 381416; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 

Dkaussen in Schonbrunn ; lied, text 
von Fritz Griinbaum, musik von 
Ralph Benatzky, arr. von Alois 
Wanjek of Austria ; gesang niit 
zither, wiener stimniung. [10942 

© Mar. 11, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380702; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky), Leipzig. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Dream (A) [and] A reverie; arr. and 
played by E. Fred Colber, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls F 
13093) [10943 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387753 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Dream (A) (Un sogno) ; intermezzo, 
by G. Creatore, of U. S. ; piano. 

[10944 
© 1 c. July 24, 1916; E 388623; 
Giuseppe Creatore, New York. 

Dreaming. See Children's (The) 
hour. 

Dreaming of mother ; words and mu- 
sic by Lady M. Webster, of England, 
domiciled at San Francisco. Chi- 
cago, The music exchange. [10945 
© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 387964 ; Lady Mary Webster. 

Dreaming of the dawn of peace ; 
words and music by J. Jordan, of 
U. S. New York, Trinity music pub. 
co. [10946 

© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 
E 388910 ; Julian Jordan, New York. 

Dreamland memories ; words by M. L. 

Davis, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [10947 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387567; 

Mary Lewis Davis, Liberty, Mo. 

Dreamland where you and I'd spoon ; 

words and music by L. E. Burgess, 

of U. S. [10948 

© 1 c. July 20, 1916; E 387432; 

Leila Elinor Burgess, Los Angeles. 

Dreams of the summer night ; sere- 
nade by Albert Stoessel, of U. S. ; 
violin and piano. [10949 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389227; Boston music co., 
Boston. 



DREI SCHN1TTE MIT DER SCHERE ; em 

scherzspiel, text und musik von H. 
Maxedi, of Austria ; gesang und 
piano. [10950 

© Aug. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916; 
E 380954 ; Max Pfeffer, Leipzig. 



Dreimaderlhaus. 
P.) 

DU BIST DIE RUH. 
P.) 



See Schubert (F. 



See Schubert (F. 



Du k'leine fee vom Donaustrand; 
walzerlied aus der operette, Die 
winzerbraut, musik von Oskar Ned- 
bal. 1. Salonorchester, arr. von 
Martin Uhl, of Austria. 2. Grosses 
orchester, arr. von B. Bersa, of Aus- 
tria. 3. Gesang und klavier; text 
von L. Stein u. Jul. Wilhelm. 

[10951-10953 

© Feb. 9, 1916 : 1 c. each July 29 f 
1916 ; E 381405, 381406, 381411 ; Lud- 
wig Doblinger (Bernhard Herr- 
mansky) Leipzig. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangements.] 

Du mein schonbrunn ; lied ous der 
operette, Die kaiserin, von Leo Fall, 
arr. von Hans Schott, of Austria. 1. 
Salon quartett, 1 violinen, viola, und 
piano-kondukteur. 2. Salonorches- 
ter. 3. Gesang u. piano, text v. 
Julius Brammer und Alfred Griin- 
wald. [10954-10956 

© Oct. 22, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381164, 381167, 381177; Ei- 
benschiitz & Berte, Vienna. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangements.] 

Dulce esperanza; cancion, Bolivian 
folk song, arr. by L. C. Gainsborg, 
of U. S. ; voice and piano. [10957 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 387725; 
Maria Paz Gainsborg & Lolita Ca- 
brera Gainsborg, New York. 

Duluth our old home town ; march 
or one step, words by H. W. Rota- 
vele, music by Michael Jackson, of 
U. S. [10958 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916 ; E 388566 ; Jackson music pub., 
co., Duluth, Minn. 

Dumme August ; marsch aus der ope- 
rette, Der dumme August, musik von 
Rud. Gfaller, of Germany ; klavier 
zu 2 handen. [10959 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381381; Otto Dietrich, Leipzig. 



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10960 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Duquesne; march song, verses by 
William Edwards, chorus by F. B. 
Hildebrand, music by O. W. Cad- 
man, of U. S. 4to. [10960 
© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916; E 387539; Charles Wakefield 
Caclman, Los Angeles. 

Dusk; words by Nancy Webster, mu- 
sic bv Sydney Bavnes, of England ; 
no. 2 in D. [10961 

© July 24, 1916; 1 c. July 24, 
1916; E 384758; Swan & co., Wat- 
son & Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Dwight first; march, by Frederic 
Manevetz, of U. S. ; piano. [10962 

© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916; E 388439; Rungee pub. co., 
New Haven, Conn. 

Early nursery days ; by Laurence 
Sturdv, of England; piano. (Bos- 
worth edition, no. 980.) [10963 

© July 3, 1916 ; 1 c. July 26, 1916 ; 
E 384762; Bosworth & co., London. 

Easter; words by I. F. Leycla, music 
bv Fannv Snow Knowlton, of U. S. 

[10964 

© Aug. 8, 1916 : 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 
E 389022 ; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 

Easy classics for ensemble players ; 
eight transcriptions by Franz C. 
Bornschein, of U. S. ; three violins 
and piano, with optional violo and 
violoncello. (Boston music co. ed. 
no. 156.) [10965 

© Aug. 26. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389218; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcriptions.] 

Echoes ; by Georg Eggeling, of Ger- 
many, op. 185, no. 3 ; piano. ( Grace 
and rapidity) [10966 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381495; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Echonymphe (Die) (Kaiutar) ; 
deutsche nachdichtung von Alfr. Jul. 
Boruttau, [with transl. in Finnish 
of] Larin Kyoste, musik von Jean 
Sibelius, op. 72, no. 4. bearb. von A. 
Kleinecke, of Germany ; mittlere 
stimme und piano. [10967 

© Jan. 8. 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381318; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



Edelknaben ; marsch nach motiven 
der operette, Die Kaiserin, (Ftir- 
stenliebe), musik von Leo Fall, arr. 
von Gustav Blasser Austria ; Klavier 
zu zwei handan. [10968 

© Oct. 22, 1915 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381438; Eibenschiitz & Berte, 
Vienna. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

musik von Leo Fall, arr. von 

Adolf Ischpold, of Austria; grosses 
orchester. 4to. [10969 

© Jan. 1, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 1916; 
E 381170; Eibenschiitz & Berte. 
Vienna. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Eighteen melodic studies (18 kleine, 
melodische etiiden) ; in leichter 
spielart, by Max Paul Heller, op. 
10, arr. by Thomas a' Becket, of 
U. S. ; piano. [10970 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387085; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and arrangement.] 

Eilean-An-Uane ; words by Edith B. 

Spaulding, music by S. E. Howard, 

of U. S. [-10971 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389303; 

S. E. Howard, Slayton, Minn. 

Einleitung zum Vakt und Rienzis 
gebet. See Wagner (Richard). 

ElNMAL NOCH ERKLINGT ES J Walzeilied 

aus der operette, Die winzerbraut, 
text von Leo Stein u. Julius Wil- 
helm, musik von Oskar Nedbal, of 
Austria. [10972 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381410; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 

Einsamer gang; mahrisches volkslied, 
musik von Hermann Unger, of Ger- 
many, op. 15, no. 2 ; gesang u. piano. 

[10973 

© Mar. 7, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 

1916; E 381440; Fischer & Jagen- 

berg, ltd., Cologne a/Rh., Germany. 

Elegia; par Salvatore Scasserra, of 

Italy; violon et piano. [10974 

© Nov. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 

1916; E 381195; C. Schmidl & co., 

Leipzig. 

Elegie ; by C. H. Overman, of U. S. ; 

violin and piano. [10975 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 

1916; E" 388488; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 



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Elegie — Continued. 

by N. Nacciarone, of Italy ; cello 

and piano. [10976 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 330814; 

Hugo Nacciarone, Brooklyn. 

par N. Nelson-Bernhardt, of U. 

S. ; piano. [10977 

© 1 c. July 31, 1916; E 388776; 
Nils Nelson-Bernhardt, Brooklyn. 

von Paul Juon, of Germany, op. 

64, no. 7 ; violine mit klavierbeglei- 
tung. (Aclit violonstiicke, no. 7.) 

[10978 

© Oct. 14, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 

1916 ; E 381001 ; Jul. Heinr. Zinimer- 

niann, Leipzig. 

Elementaee tonbildung ; gelauf ig- 

keits-ubungen und tonleiter-studien 

(gamnies), von H. Herz, heraus- 

zegaben von Xaver Scharwenka, of 

Germany ; piano solo,, with Ger. 

French & Eng. text. [10979 

© Mar. 1, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 

1916 ; E 381427 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Elfin dance; by F. G. Rathbun, arr. 
by E. A. Mueller, of U. S. ; piano, 
four hands. [10980 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387093; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Elleea (L') ; versi di R. Ferraro- 
Correra, musica di N. Valente, of 
Italy ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 

[10981 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 384710; Italian book co., 
New York. 
Elysian waltz ; by Mathilde Bilbro, 
of U. S. ; piano, four hands. [10982 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387334; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 
Emblem mazurka. See Choice selec- 
tions for the banjo. 
En masque ; danse caracteristique, by 
Ernest H. Kittredge, of U. S. ; piano. 

[10983 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 

1916; E 388989; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Enamel (The) school, no. 3; by D. 

Mansfield, of U. S. ; Hawaiian 

guitar. [10984 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 

1916; E 388434; Dudley Mansfield, 

New York. 



Enamel (The) school — Continued. 
no. 5 ; by D. Mansfield, of U. S. ; 

Hawaiian guitar. [10985 

© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 

1916; E 388945; Dudley Mansfield, 

New York. 



End (The) of day; words by Wanda 
May, music by Ralph Cox, of U. S. ; 
sop. or ten. and alto, or bar. [10986 
© July 25, 1916; 2 c. each July 
26, 1916; E 388707; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Endicott (Samuel) Nocturne; words 
by B. Preston Clark, jr., music by 
S. Endicott, of U. S. ; high voice. 
(Songs after sunset, no. 1.) 

[10987 
© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389219; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Enfant (L') peodigue ; selection from 
the musical play, musique de Andre 
Wormser, selected and arr. by 
Charles Woodhouse, of England; 
full orchestra, with piano conductor. 

[10988 

© July 5, 1916 ; 1 c. July 22, 1916 ; 

E 381079; Hawkes & son., London. 

[Copyright is claimed on selection 

and arrangement.] 

Enfantillages pittoeesques ; paroles 
et musique par Erik Satie, of 
France; piano chant. Contents: — 
1. Petit prelude a la journ§e. — 2. 
Berceuse. — 3. Marche du grand es- 
calier. [10989 

© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381110 ; E. Demets, Paris. 

England. See Johnson (P. M. B.) 
Four characteristic sonatenas. 

Enough to know; sacred song, words 
by Frances I. Clark, music by Eliza- 
beth Ogden, of U. S. ; medium voice. 

[10990 
© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 31, 1916 ; 
E 388786; Chas. N. Daniels, San 
Francisco. 

Eentelied. See Schindler-Mahler 
(Alma Maria) Vier lieder. 

Eeste (Die) feau; operette in 3 akten, 
text von A. M. Willner u. R. Oester- 
reicher, musik von Heinrich Rein- 
hardt, of Austria ; klavierauszug mit 
text. [10991 

© Oct. 22, 1915 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381160 ; Eibenschiitz & Berte\ Vi- 
enna. 



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Eestwhile Susan ; waltz, in Erstwhile 
Susan, by Louis Maurice, arr. by 
Lee Orean Smith, of U. S. ; orch. 
4to. (Feist edition, no. 733.) [10992 
© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916 ; E 388628 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Eetel (Paul) Flint stiicke fur har- 
monium solo; von P. Ertel, of Ger- 
many, op. 44, no. 1-5. Contents : — 

1. Seraphon. — 2. Choral. — 3. Leiden. 
— 4. Auferstehung. — 5. Volksgesang. 

[10993 
© Oct. 27, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380980; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 

Eewinn ; fantasia, by G. Meister, arr. 
by G. Langenus, of Belgium, domi- 
ciled at New York ; clarinet with pi- 
ano ace. [10994 
© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916 ; E 387264 ; Selmer music press, 
New York. 

Eezahlung (Eine) ; von Otto Junne, 
of Germany; klavier. (Vier vor- 
tragsstiickchen, no. 2) [10995 

© Nov. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380993; N. Simrock, g. m. 
b. h., Liepzig. 

Es wae in dee voestadt ; lied aus der 
operette, Die erste frau, musik von 
Heinrich Reinhardt, arr. von Hans 
Schott, of Austria. 1. Salonquartett, 
2 violinen, violoncell, und klavier. 

2. Salonorchester. [10996, 10997 
© Oct. 22, 1915 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 

E 381261, 381264; Eibenschiitz & 
Berte, Vienna. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangements] 

ES WIED FOETGEDEOSCHEN. See Hilldeil- 

burg-marsch. 

Espanita ; Spanish waltzes, by George 
Rosey, played by Andrei Kmita, of 
U. S. (Rythmodik record music rolls 
L 14937) [10998 

© May 20, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1916 ; 
E 387801 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Essential eudiments ; a concise and 
melodious introduction to The art of 
pianoforte playing, by Edith Hatch, 
of U. S. ; piano. (Educational ser. 
no. 163a) Bk. 1. [10999 

© Aug. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1916 ; 
E 387916; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 



Eteenal (The) . conflict. 
(The) to Mexico. 



See Call 



Etee jaloux de son camaeade qui a 
une geosse tete. See Peccadilles 
importunes. 

Etude. See Chopin (F. F.) 

Etude de conceet, no. 2. See Liszt 
(Franz) 

Etudes. See Stewart (A. L.) 

Etudes beillantes ; de F. Mazas, op. 
36, revues et annotees par Lucien 
Capet, of France ; etudes melodiques, 
pour violon, 2 me cahier. [11000 

© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 3S0858; Maurice Senart & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and annotations] 

Etudes d'aetistes ; de F. Mazas, op. 
36, revues et annotees par Lucien 
Capet, of France ; etudes melodiques 
pour violon, 3 me cahier. [11001 

© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 3S0857 ; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision] 

Etudes speciales elementaiees ; par 
F. Mazas, op. 36, no. 1, revision par 
Paul Lemaitre, of France; violon. 
(Edition classique, no. 9405) [11002 

© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 380845; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision] 
Etudes speciales poue violon ; par F. 
Mazas, op. 36, revues et annotees par 
Lucien Capet, of France. (Etudes 
melodiques, l er cahier, nos. 1-30. 
Edition nationale, no. 5038.) [11003 

© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 380844; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and annotations.] 
Evangeline; English version by P. 
Champagne, music by A. T. Bourque, 
of U. S. ; song and 4 part mixed 
chorus. [11004 

© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 388832; Philias Champagne, 
Nashua, N. H. 
Evan's peogeessive couese of studies 
foe the pianofoete. Grade 10. 
Book 10. Boston, New York, Evans 
music company, fol. [11005 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916 ; A 435771 ; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Even as the wind comes ; verse by 
Edward Heyman Pfeiffer, music by 
Emil Breitenfeld, of U. S. [11006 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E' 389003; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. *^ 



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Even-tide ; words and music by N. B. 
Kinsley, of U. S. [11007 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E. 387562; 
Nora B. Kinsley, Sheridan, Wy. 

Evening on the hills ; reverie, by 
August Nolck, of Germany, op. 196, 
no. 4 ; violin and pianoforte. 
(Greetings from afar. no. 4.) 

[11008 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381485; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Evening prayer; by Franz Behr, rev. 
and ed. with instructions as to in- 
terpretation and method of study, 
biographical sketch, story and glos- 
sary by Emerson Whithorne, of U. 
S., piano. (Selected edition, pro- 
gressive series, no. 326, grade 2-a. ) 

[11009 

© July 13. 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387347; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Ever thine; words by M. D. Ring- 
smith, music by J. E. Andino, of U. 
S. • [11010 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387470; 
Mary D. Ringsmith, Morenci, Ariz. 

EVEEY CORNER OF THE WORLD HOLDS 

you; words and music by J. N. 
Varick, of U. S. [11011 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 388408 ; F. B. Haviland pub. 
co., New York. 

Everything I tell you, run and tell 
your loving man ; words and music 
by D. Williams, of U. S.. arr. by 
Maceo Pinkard, of U. S. [11013 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 387679 ; Douglas Williams, Green- 
ville, Miss. 

EVERYTIME I SEE A ROSE I'LL SURELY 

think of you ; words by A. Lensch, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [11013 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387656; 
Adam Lensch, Dayton, O. 

Exercices faciles ; de J. J. Fr. Dot- 
zauer, op. 107, revision et annota- 
tions par Cros St. Ange, of France; 
violon. [11014 

© June 24, 1916; 1 c. July 8, 
1916; E 380853; Maurice Senart & 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision & annotations.] 



Exeunt; words by Lillian Corbett 
Barnes, music by Louis A. Reilly, 
of U. S. ; medium voice. [11015 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388559; Alden music pub. 
co., Boulder, Col. 

Exotisches intermezzo ; von Paul 
Juon, of Germany, op. 65, no. 3 ; 
klavier. [11016 

© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380997; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. 

Exsultemus ; by Ralph Kinder, of 

U. S.; organ. [11017 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

1916; E 390020; J. Fischer & bro., 

New York. 

Eyes (The) of heaven; my mother's 
star, by Harry De Costa, arr. by 
Geo. J. Trinkaus, of U. S. ; vocal 
orchestra, key of E flat. 4to. 

[11018 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 

E 388822 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York, N. Y. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

lyric by Wm. A. Wilander, 

music by Harry De Costa, of U. S. 

[11019 
© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916 ; E 388745 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

; men's voices. 4to. (Ex- 
cellent quartette arrangements on 
popular publications, no. 874) 

[11020 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 6, 

1916 ; E 390083 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on new arrangement.] 

Eyes which say I love you too; 
words by B. J. Moore, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[11021 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388921 
B. J. Moore, Jersey City. 

Fair Columbia; words by L. P. J 
Farrell, music by E. S. S. Hunting 
ton, of U. S. [11022 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390002 
Leonard P. J. Farrell, Chicago. 

Fair Concord by the Merrimack 
words by Edna Dean Proctor, music 
by H. Brooks Day, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [11023 

© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388609; Concord board of 
trade, Concord, N. H. 



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Faieies' (The) dance; trio, words 
by Frances V. Hubbard, music by 
A. W. Lansing, of U. S. ; women's 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 683.) 

[11024 
© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387803 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Faieies' (The) lullaby; poem by 
Shakespeare, music by A. A. Buzzi- 
Peccia, of Italy, domiciled at New 
York ; low or medium voice. Two 
songs. [11025 

© Aug. 2. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388837; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Faiey dance; by Alice Bennett Wing, 
of U. S. ; piano. (In Out of doors, 
Summy edition, no. 73.) [11026 

© June 29, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 388213; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Faiey queen. See Children's (The) 
hour. — Fairy tales. 

Faiey eidees. See Fairy tales. 

Faiey tales ; six easy pieces, by F. 
Flaxington Harker, of U. S. ; op. 29 ; 
piano. 4to. (Boston music co. ed., 
no. 340.) Contents: 1. Little Boy 
Blue. — 2. Fairy queen. — 3. In forest 
dells. — 4. Gnomes (The) — 5. Dance 
of the fairies. — 6. Fairy riders. 

[11027 
© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387904; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Faith to win ; song for school use, 
words by Ray Barton Manbert, mu- 
sic by Frederic Field Bullard, arr. 
by L. R. Lewis, of U. S. ; second 
voice ad lib. 4to. (Unison song for 
schools, with second voice ad lib. no. 
12988.) [11028 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 18, 
1916; E 387396; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Fall in. See Recruiting (The) ser- 
geant. 

Falling leaves; waltz by Julius S. 
Seredy, arr. by Seredy and Louis 
Tocaben, of U. S. 1. Full orch. 
(Progressive orchestra edition, no 
20)— 2. Full mandolin orch. 
(Progressive mandoline orchestra 
edition, no. 20) [11029, 11030 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. each July 
22, 1916; E 388591, 388592; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 



Falling shadows ; by John Desmond 
Courtney, of U. S., op. 12, no. 5; 
piano. (From dawn till dusk, no. 
5) [11031 

© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387600; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Fan dance; by Edwin Boggetti, of 

Great Britain ; piano solo. [11032 

© July 13, 1916: 1 c. July 15, 

1916; E 3S0860; Edwin Ashdown, 

ltd., London. 

Fandango; par A. Levergeois, of 

France; piano. (Divertissement es- 

pagnol, no. 3.) [11033 

© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Julv 25, 1916 ; 

E 381104; Ch. Loigerot, Paris. 

Fantaisie ; air de ballet, par A. Lever- 
geois, of France; piano. (Trois 
pieces, no. 2) [11034 

© July 8. 1916 : 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381100 ; Ch. Loigerot, Paris. 

Fantaisie. See Schumann (R. A.) 

Fantaisie cheomatique. See Bach 
(Joh. Seb.) Concerto italien. 

Fantaisie sue I pueitani. See Liszt 
(Franz) 

Fantasia and eondo. See Weber (C. 
M. von) 

Fantasie ueee Ein' feste bueg ; by 
John Knowles Paine, of IT. S., op. 
13; organ. [11035 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916 ; E 388694 ; Harvard university 
press, Cambridge, Mass. 

Fab away childeen; words by Mary 
J. Willcox, melody by Franz Kretsch- 
mer, harmonized by Helen M. 
Browne, of U. S. [11036 

© June 23, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916 ; E 388120 ; Ida F. Leyda, Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
mony.] 

Faeandola ; by Edward A. Mueller, of 
TJ. S. ; two pianos, four hands. 

[11037 
© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. July 31, 1916 ; 
E 388789; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Faeewell ; by Georg Eggeling, of Ger- 
many, op. 185, no. 12 ; piano. (Grace 
and rapidity) [11038 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381504; Arthur P. Shcmidt co., 
Boston. 



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Farewell to the old home ; reverie, 
by C. C. Crammond, of U. S. ; piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [11039 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26; 
1916; E 388672; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Father all mercifl t l. See Briggs 
(C. S.) Six responses. 

Father Machree ; words by Mrs. C. 
Dickson, music by C. H. Driskell, of 
U. S. Elizabeth, N. J., Dickson 
music pub. co. [11040 

© July 22. 1916 ; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388666; Mrs. C. Dickson, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

Faute (La) des roses; by Rudolphe 
Berger, played by Al Sterling, of 
U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls H 14634) [11041 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387791 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

Fechteelied ; ged. von Paul Keller, 
musik von Gustav Burke, of Ger- 
many, op. 4; ausgabe fur tiefe 
stimme und klavierbegl. [11042 

© June 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 20, 1916 ; 
E 381258; A. E. Fischer, Bremen, 
Germany. 

Fern von der heijiat in schwerer 
zeit ; hymne der Deutschen im Aus- 
land, worte u. melodie von Otto 
Goritz, of Germany, domiciled at 
New York. [11043 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. Julv 21, 
1916; E 388595; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Ferne (Das) grab; ged. von Anna 
Moths. Greiz, musik von Gustav. 
Schreck, of Germany, fiir eine sing- 
stimme, alt Oder mezzosopran, und 
klavierbegl. (Deutsche kriegs-und 
soldatenlieder, no. 21) [11044 

© May 19. 1915 ; 1 c. Julv 6. 1916 ; 
E 380831; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Fidelio. See Beethoven (Ludwig van) 

Fighting for the U. S. A. ; words by 
Tom Bret, music by Bert Pulaney. of 
U. S. [11045 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916: E 387492; 
Bertrand Pulaney, Brooklyn. 

Finale. See Henderson (W. C.) 



Fior di maggio (Flower of May) ; 
waltz, by Francesco De Bueris, of 
Italy, domiciled at Bronx, N. Y., 
arr. by Riduz. B. Sbraccia, of Italy; 
band. 4to. [11046 

© May 15, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383954; C. Pagani & bro., 
New York. 

Fiorillo (Fr.) 36 caprices; par Fr. 
Fiorillo, revision par A. Geloso, of 
Spain; violon solo. (Edition class- 
ique, no. 9402) [11047 

© June 24, 1916; 1 c. July 8, 
1916; E 380847; Durand et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision.] 

Firelight ; by L. T. Nellson, of U. S. ; 
orch. 4to. [11048 

© June 24, 1916; 2 c. July 1, 
1916 ; E 388233 ; Lewis Taylor Nell- 
son, Boston. 

First (The) green sprays (Schon 
keimt's und grunt's) ; words by 
Konrad Nies, English version and 
music by Max Heinrich, of U. S., 
op. 38, no. 1; high voice. (Love in 
spring, no. 1) [11049 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388598; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

First lessons ; 50 melodious finger 
and pedal studies, by Frank Lynes, 
of U. S.. op. 59; in C and G; piano. 
(Educational series no. 161) 

[11050 
© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387917; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston.- 

Flag day ; inarch, by Gustave Schu- 
mann, arr. by Mackie-Beyer, of 
U. S. ; military "band. 4to. [11051 
© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916; E 388720; J. W. Pepper & 
son, Philadelphia. 

Flag of victory march ; by C. C. 
Crammond, of U. S., op. 53 ; piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [11052 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 25, 
1916; E 388675; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Flag (The) without a stain; words 
by P. S. Wight, music by Vida 
Hinkle Baird, of U. S. [11053 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 29, 
1916: E 388276; J. Vernon Baird 
and Paul S. Wight, Chicago. 



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Floating watee-lilies ; gavotte, mu- 
sic by Karl Linders, transcribed by 
H. L. Heartz, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11054 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916 ; E 387375 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Flow gently sweet Afton. See Old 
time song favorites. 

Flowee of my heaet; words by Ed- 
ward Teschemacher, music by Ken- 
nedy Russell, of Great Britain. 

[11055 
© July 4. 1916 ; 1 c. July 21, 1916 ; 
E 384731 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Flowee paeade maech ; by C. C. Cram- 
mond, of U. S., op. 61 ; piano. [11056 
© Aug. 16, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1916 ; 
E 388283 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Folk-song. See Grieg (E. H.) Three 
lyric pieces. 

Folks (The) aceoss the sea; words 
and music by Frieda E. Harold and 
Garnet Aikins, of U. S. [11057 

© Aug. 4, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916; 
E 387675; Aikins and Harold, In- 
dianapolis. 

Follow the cook ; from Canary cot- 
tage, words and music by Earl Car- 
roll, of U. S. [11058 
© July 15, 1916 ; 2 c. July 17, 1916 ; 
E 388481 ; Leo Feist, New York. 

Fond eecollections ; reverie ; by C. C. 

Crammond, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 

Boston, Evans music co. [11059 

© July 24, 1916 ; 2 c. July 26, 1916 ; 

E 388673 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Foot-steps ; by Etheldred Shoemaker, 
of U. S. ; piano solo. [11060 

© Aug. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 14. 1916 ; 
E 388948; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Foe all eteenity ; by Angelo Mar- 
cheroni, played by Andrei Kmita, of 
U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls, J 14514) [11061 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387788 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation] 

Foe Cheist and the lost ; words and 
music by J. A. M. Kimber, of U. S. 

[11062 

,© July 15, 1916 ; 2 c. July 17. 1916 ; 
E 388471; John Anthony Morris 
Kimber, Newport, R. I. 



Foe every giel who is anyone's giel 
theee is always somebody to blame ; 
words and music by Richard How- 
ard, of U. S. [11063 
© June 13, 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916; E 383872; Daly music pub- 
lisher, inc., Boston. 

Foe home sweet home and Uncle 
Sam; words by Stanley Murphy, 
music by Alfred Solman, of U. S. 

[11064 
© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 388294 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

Foe lo, the winter is past; words 

from Song of Solomon, music by 

Helen M. Browne, of U. S. [11065 

© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 

E 389010; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 

For loved ones who are lost in the 
sea ; words and music by T. Abrams, 
of U. S., arr. by Earl McCullough, 
of U. S. [11066 

© 1 c. July 5, 1916; E 388262; 
Thomas Abrams, Columbus, O. 

For the flag, the empire and the 
king; words by W. H. Mcintosh, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[11067 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388930; 
W. H. Mcintosh, Stoughton, Sas- 
katchewan, Canada. 
For the good old U. S. A. ; words by 
H. W. Newport, music by W. J. 
Shepard, of U. S. [11068 

© May 25, 1916 ; 1 c. June 1, 1916 ; 
1 c. June 13, 1916; E 387986; Her- 
bert W. Newport and Wm. J. Shep- 
ard, Sodus Point, N. Y. 
For the love of a giel like you; 
words and melody by Charles C. 
Miles, of U. S. (Post card ser.) 

[11069 
© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388892; C. C. Miles, May- 
wood, 111. 

For you and foe me ; words by Ruth 
G. Winant, music by B. F. Butts, of 
U. S., solo and chorus. 8vo. 

[11070 
© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 387827; Benjamin Frank- 
lin Butts. Haworth, N. J. 

Foeevee is a long, long time; words 
by Darl MacBoyle, music by Albert 
Von Tilzer, of U. S. [11071 

© July 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1916; E 38S918: Broadway music 
corporation, New York. 



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11087 



Foegiven ; words by E. M. Hallock, 
music by H. B. Roland, of U. S. 

[11072 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387658; 
E. M. Hallock, Norwood, Adelaide, 
So. Australia. 

Foelana veneziana; extraite de 
Bianca Torella, opera en 3 actes de, 
D. de Fontmagne, arr. par Ad. Gau- 
win, of France; piano. [11073 

© Apr. 11, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 25, 1916 ; 
E 384169 ; C. Joubert, Paris. 

Foue yeaes old; words by E. N. 
Schreiber, music by Carl Muehling 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher], of U. S., 
arr. by E. N. Schreiber, of U. S. 

[11074 

© 1 c. July 31, 1916; E 388787; 

Emilie N. Schreiber, St. Joseph, Mo. 

Feagment feom webee's invitation 
to the dance; transcribed by Wil- 
son G. Smith, of U. S. ; piano. [11075 
© July 6. 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387096; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription.] 

Feance ; intro. Plus ne sins ce que 
j'ai, English version by J. M., music 
by Paul Lawson, of U. S. ; piano, 
words zd lib. ' [11076 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387102; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Feench child song; by Franz Behr, 
rev. and eel. with instructions as to 
interpretation and method of study, 
biographical sketch, story, and glos- 
sary by Emerson Whithorne, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Selected edition, 
progressive series, no. 103, grade 
1-b.) [11077 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387360; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on 
revisions and annotations.] 

Feench serenade. See Grieg (E. H.) 
Three lyric pieces. 

Feohliche stimmung; von Otto 
Junne, of Germany; klavier. (Vier 
vortragsstuckchen, no. 1.) [11078 
© Nov. 22. 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380992; N. Simrock, g. m. 
b. h., Leipzig. 

Frogs' mabch. See Children's (The) 
hour. 

Feolic; by A. Sanderson-Keith, of 

England; piano. [11079 

© July 3, 1916 ; 1 c. July 26. 1916 ; 

E 3S470S; Bosworth & co., London. 



sea. See Mac Dowell 



Feom the 
(E.A.). 

Feom the sunny South ; intro. La 
paloma, by Daniel Rowe, of U. S. ; 
piano four hands, words ad lib. 

[11080 
© July 6. 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387103; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Feuhlings spiel (Ein) ouverture, von 
Karl Fromberger, of Germany ; nor- 
mal-harmonium. [11081 
© Oct. 20, 1916; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380979; Paul Koeppen, 
Berlin. 

Feuhmoegens, wenn die hahne 
keah'n ; marsch aus Der lustige 
vagabund, text von Julius Bi- 
schitzky, musik von Wismar Rosen- 
dahl, of Germany ; gesang und 
piano. [11082 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381193; Musikalienverlag 
E. Tiemann, Berlin. 

Feysingee (J. Feank) Canzona; by 
J. F. Frysenger, of U. S. ; organ in 
A flat. [11083 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 390018; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Funf stttcke. See Ertel (Paul) 

FtJR DIE EHE MUSS MAN GEBOEEN SEIN ; 

aus der operette, Die Kaiserin, text 
von Julius Brammer und Alfred 
Griinwald, musik von Leo Fall, of 
Austria; 1 oder 2 singstimmen und 
piano. [11084 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381436; Eibenschutz & 
Berte, Vienna. 
Fue's heil'ge vateeland. See Mutter 

(Die) 
Funeeal postlude; arr. by H. B. 
Proehl, of U. S. ; reed or pipe organ. 

[11085 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 388970; 
Henry B. Proehl, Chicago. 
Gacela (La) ; bailecito, Bolivian folk 
song, arr. by L. C. Gainsborg, of 
U. S. ; voice and piano. [11086 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 387729; 
Maria Paz Gainsborg & Lolita Ca- 
brera Gainsborg, New York. 
Gaeden of flowees ; lyric by J. R. 
Shannon, music by F. W. Vander- 
sloot, of U. S. [11087 

© July 20. 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388603; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., TVilliamsport, Pa. 



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Gathering storm clouds ; perpetual 
motion, by Florence Newell Barbour, 
of U. S. ; piano. (Nature pictures) 

[11088 

© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387592; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Gavotte ; by P. Fullinwider, of U. S. ; 

violin and piano. [11089 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 

1916; E 388447; Percy Fullinwider, 

Appleton, Wis. 

Gavotte blette ; ou, Sur trois marches 
de marbre rose, poesie de Alfred de 
Musset, musique de Fernand-Bode, 
of France; piano. [11090 

© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381105 ; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Gayety; fox trot, by Harry H. Wil- 
liams, of U. S. ; piano. [11091 
© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 3S8663; Williams music 
pub. co., inc., Providence, R. I. 

Gebet. See Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 
(J. L. F.) 

Gedichte von Ernst Goll ; musik von 
Friedrich Haag, of Germany, lieder 
fur das deutsche haus, fur eine 
singstimme unci klavier. Con- 
tents : — 1. Meine sehnsucht. — 2. 
Trauriges lied. — 3. Ich hab mein 
herz in deine hand gelegt. — 4. 
Leuchtkaferchen. — 5. Sehnsucht. — 6. 
Ein zwiegesprach. — 7. Zwei licht- 
lein— 8. Scherzo. [11092 

© Mar. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 381003; Freidrich Haag, Munich- 
Gauting, Germany. 



Geh, alte schatj. 
(P. P.) 



See Schubert 



Gem (The) dance folio for 1917; arr. 
by Eugene Platzmann, of U. S. ; 
piano. [11093 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 26. 
1916; E 387957; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

Gesang der pilger bei der heimkehr. 
See Y/agner (Richard) 

Gesang der pilger beim auszuge. See 
Wagner (Richard) 

Gethsemane ; tone poem, by J. Frank 

Fry singer, of U. S. ; organ. [11094 

(c) Aug. 28. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

1916; E 390019; J. Fischer & bro., 

New York. 



Gia ; versi e musica di G. Chiarolanza, 
of Italy ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 

[11095 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 384706; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Gila, galah, galoo ; lyric by Arthur 
Fields, music by Walter Donovan, 
of U. S. [11096 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c, Aug. 14, 
1916 ; E 388961 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Giocoso ; by Frank H. Colby, of U. S. ; 

piano. [11097 

© June 1, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 

1916; E 388418; Colby & Pryibil, 

Los Angeles. 

Gipsy mazurka; la zingara, by Carl 
Bonn, op. 102, played by Felix 
Gerdts, of Austria (Rythmodik 
record music rolls G 14333) [11098 
© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384872 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Girl of my dreams ; lyric by J. Gush- 
ing, music by Mike M. Moore, of 
U. S. [11099 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 
E 387689; James Cushing, San 
Jose, Cal. 

Girl (The) on the magazine; fox 
trot from Stop, look, listen, by Irv- 
ing Berlin, played by Wm. E. Berge\ 
of U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls C 14222) [11100 

© Feb. 20, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 388404 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
oh interpretation.] 

Girlie; words by Constance Sutcliffe 
Marriott, musik by Florence Amy 
Paddon, of Great Britain. [11101 
© July 7, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916; E 384734; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Girls, if you ever get married ; from 
Broadway and buttermilk, lyrics by 
Schuvler Greene, music by Charles 
N. Grant, of U. S. [11102 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 
E 387697; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Give me your love; words by Arthur 
St. Ives, music by Ralph Seymour, 
of Great Britain ; in A flat. [11103 
© June 16. 1916; 1 c. July 1, 
1916; E 384573; Phillips & Page, 
London. 



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11121 



Give my sword to daddy; words by 
J. N. Albert, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [11104 

© Aug. 22. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1916; E 390094; Julius N. Albert, 
Worcester. Mass. 

Give rest, O Christ ; hymn for the 
departed, words tr. by W. J. Birk- 
beck, music by Charles H. Moody ; 
mixed voices. [11105 

© July 21, 1916; 1 c. July 22, 
1916; E 381075; C. H. Moody, 
Ripon, Yorkshire, England. 

Gliding fish ; by George Spenser, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Neath the deep blue 
sea) [11106 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388976; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Globe (The) caprice; by P. H. V. 
Trier, of U. S.. arr. by Edwin Dicey, 
of U. S. ; piano. [11107 

© July 22, 1916; 2 c July 25, 
1916; E 387457; Paul H. V. Trier, 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Glorious (The) Stripes and Stars; 

words by M. D. Ringsmith, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [11108 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387471; 

Mary D. Ringsmith, Morenci, Ariz. 

Glory (The) of Jehovah is risen 
upon Thee; [words from the Bible], 
music by T. J. Lindorff, of U. S. ; 
quartette of mixed voices with organ 
ace. 4to. (Church music review, 
no. 426) [11109 

© June 27. 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 386936; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Gluck (S') ist in der nah' ; walzer- 
lied, aus der operette, Die kaiserin, 
musik von Leo Fall, arr. von Plans 
Schott. of Austria, salon quartett, 
2 violinen, cello u. piano-kondukteur. 

[11110 
© Oct. 15. 1915 : 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381162; Eibensehutz & Berte, Vi- 
enna. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

1. Salonorchester. 2. 



Gesang und piano, ged. von Julius 
Brammer und Alfred Griinwald. 

[11111, 11112 

© Oct. 22, 1915 : 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 

E 381166, 381175; Eibenschiitz & 

Bert§, Vienna. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

Gnomes (The) See Fairy tales. 



Go, prepare; words by R. PL Allen, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [11113 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387575; 

Robert H. Allen, Chicago. 

God and devil comes to war 1914; 
quadrille, words and music by H. A. 
Larson, of U. S. ; violin with text. 

[11114 

© 1 c. June 3, 1916; E 388410; 

Hans August Larson, Aspelin, Minn. 

God is in His holy temple ; words by 
I. F. L., music arr. from Chopin, by 
Helen M. Browne, of U. S. [11115- 
© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916 ; E 389024 ; Ida F. Leyda, Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement and harmonization.] 

God keep you safely, dearest, till 
the light ; words by Mary Higman, 
music by S. M. Ford, of U. S. ; me- 
dium voice. [11116- 
© 1 c. July 22, 1916; E 387448; 
Stella Mae Ford, Pomona, Cal. 

God's chosen banner of the world; 
words and music by A. Churchill, of 
U. S. [11117 

© Apr. 22, 1916; 2 c. Apr. 27, 
1916; E 387283; Alfred Churchill,. 
Gardena, Cal. 

Going to school. See School-day 
miniatures. 

Going to sleep. See School-day minia- 
tures. 

Golden butterflies ; by A. Francis, of 

Australia; piano solo. [11118 

© July 17, 1916; 1 c. July 19, 

1916 ; E 384727 ; W. H. Paling & co., 

ltd., Sidney, Australia. 

Golden memories ; words by J. A. 

Mills, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [11119 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387664; 

John A. Mills, Lutesville, Mo. 

Golden sunshine; by John Desmond 
Courtney, of U. S., op. 12, no. 4; 
piano. (From dawn till dusk, no. 4.) 

[1112a 
© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387599; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Good bye, dear old Broadway; words 
by A. Griffith, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [11121 
© 1 c. Aug. 1. 1916; E 387577; 
Aubrey Griffith, New York. 



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Good-bye, Georgia, good-bye; lyric by 
Marguerite Kendall, music by J. 
Russell Robinson, of U. S. [11122 
© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916 ; E 390062 ; Stark music co., St. 
Louis. 

Good-bye, good luck, God bless you; 
waltz, intro. A little bit of heaven, 
by Ernest R. Ball, played by Andrei 
Kmita, of U. S. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls, F 15333.) [11123 

© July 20, 1916 2 c. Aug. 15, 1916 ; 
E 387764; American piano co., New- 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation.] 

Good-bye, soldier boy, good-bye ; words 

by R. R. Conover, jr., music by E. 

S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [11124 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387631; 

R. R. Conover, jr., Clifton, N. J. 

Oood-bye, sweetheart ; words and mu- 
sic by T. Lovell, of U. S. [11125 
© July 26, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916 ; E 387505 ; Tom Lovell, Ann 
Arbor. 

words by Bert and Lester Berry, 

music by L. E. Berry, of Canada. 
Winnipeg, Bulman bros. [11126 

© June 27, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 387581; Lester Edward Berry, 
West Kildonan, Manitoba, Canada. 

Good-bye, sweetheart, my country 
calls ; words and music by E. Hoff- 
man, of U. S. [11127 
© 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916: E 388834; 
Ella Hoffman, Chicago. 

Good morn ; words by Agnes Lock- 
hart Hughes, music by Hallett Gil- 
berts, of U. S. ; low voice. [11128 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388994; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Good morning; words by Phoebe A. 
Fleming, music by John Francis, of 
U. S. Everett, Mass., Mrs. Phoebe 
A. Fleming. [11129 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 1, 
1916 ; E 388236 ; Mrs. A. P. Fleming, 
Everett, Mass. 

Good-night, Dinny, and God bless 
you; by Geo. H. Gartlan, arr. by 
Lee Orean Smith, of U. S. ; cornet 
or trombone or vocal ace. with orch. 
ace. 4to. [11130 

© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 1, 
1916; E 388231; Leo Feist, inc.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement]. 



Good night, good night, beloved; 
part song, words by H. W. Long- 
fellow, music by S. L. Laciar, of 
U. S. ; men's voices. 4to. ( Secu- 
lar part songs, no. 10830) [11131 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388873; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Goose (The) waddle; American nov- 
elty, by Emile Michaux, of U. S. ; 
piano. [11132 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 7, 
1916; E 388846; Thos. Goggan & 
bros., San Antonio. 

Gospel bells ; by J. S. Rushing, of 

U. S. [32] p. 8vo. $0.10. [11133 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 

1916; aff. Aug. 10, 1916; A 436311; 

Julius S. Rushing, Louin, Miss. 

Gott MiT uns ; deutsch-oesterrei- 
chisch-ungarisch pratriotiseher 

marsch, musik von Adolf Ischpold, 
of Austria. 1. Salonorchester. 

2. Grasses od. Kleines orchester. 

[11134, 11135 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 1 c. each July 

29, 1916; E 381183, 381184; Ludwig 

Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 

Leipzig. 

Gounod (Charles Francois) Sere- 
nade; Sing, smile, slumber, words 
by Victor Hugo, music by Ch. Gou- 
nod, arr. by Frank R. Rix, of U. S. ; 
sop. and alto cho. (8vo. choruses, 
no. 6554) [11136 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388615; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Grace and beauty. See Choice selec- 
tions for the banjo. 

Grace lifted me ; words by Margaret 
Fink Wight, music by P. S. Wight, 
of U. S. [11137 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 29, 
1916; E 388272; Paul S. Wight, 
Chicago. 

Gracious lady. See Children's (The) 
hour. 

Grals erzahlung. See Wagner 
(Richard). 

Grand (The) old party; words by 
W. Stevenson, music by H. B. Ro- 
land, of U. S. [11138 
© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389315; 
Wm. Stevenson, Tonopah, Nev. 



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11154 



Grandfather's clock ; words and 
music by Henry C. Work, har- 
monized by James A. Parks, of 
U. S. ; male voices. (Octavo, no. 
747) [11139 

© June 6, 1916 ; 2 c. June 10, 1916 ; 
E 383870 ; J. A. Parks co., York, Neb. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment and harmonization.] 

Great (The) big county fair; words 
and music by Carl and Frank Wil- 
son, of U. S. [11140 
© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916 ; E 388946 ; Wilson bros., Green- 
ville, O. 

Great (The) commission; words and 
music bv J. A. M. Kimber, of U. S. 

[11141 
© July 15, 1916 ; 2 c. July 17, 1916 ; 
E 388473; John Anthony Morris 
Kimber, Newport, R. I. 

Great (The) lover; valse drama- 

tique, by Louis Maurice, of U. S. ; 

piano. [11142 

© Aug. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 

E 388828; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Greatest (The) battle song of all; 
one-step, by Harry Ruby, played by 
Pete Wendling, of U. S., assisted by 
W. E. D. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls B 15122) [11143 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387768 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Green ; poesie de Yerlaine, musique de 

la duchesse de La Rbche-Guyon, of 

France; chant et piano. [11144 

© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 

E 381097 ; Coutarel, Paris. 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) Concerto; 
first movement, by Grieg, op. 16, 
played by Marguerite Volavy, of 
Austria ; in A min. ( Rythmodik 
record music rolls N 13457) [11145 
© Nov. 20, 1915; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916 ; E 384880 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

- second and third movement, 

by Grieg, op. 16 played by Mar- 
guerite Volavy, of Austria; in A 
min. (Rythmodik record music rolls 
Q 13757) [11146 

© Dec. 20. 1915; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384878 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) — Continued. 

Peer Gynt suite no. 2; by E. 

Grieg, op. 55, arr. by Chas. J. Rob- 
erts, of U. S. ; full orch. (Theatre 
orchestra, no. 1783) [11147 

© June 27, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388223; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Solvejg's song (Solvejgs lied); 

by E. H. Grieg, op. 23, no. 1, ed, and 
tr. by J. F. Cooke, of U. S. [11148 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387095; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and translation.] 

Three lyric pieces; by Edvard 

Grieg, op. 62, arr. by Gaston Borch, 
of U. S. ; orch. Contents : 1. French 
serenade. — 2. Folk-song. — 3. Butter- 
fly. [11149 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916; E 388958; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 
Gypsy dance; by Theodora Dutton, 
of U. S. ; piano. Four dancettes. 

[11150 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389000; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Gypsy love song. See Herbert (Vic- 
tor) favorites. 

Habanera; par A. Levergeois, of 

France; piano. (Divertissement 

espagnol, no. 2) [11151 

© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 

E 381103 ; Ch. Loigerot, Paris. 

Hall (William John) Nocturne; by 
William John Hall, of U. S. ; organ. 
3 compositions for the organ. 

[11152 
© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387920; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Hallelujah ! praise the Lord ; words 
by Ernest G. W. Wesley, music by 
B. F. Butts, of U. S. 8vo. [11153 
© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387828 ; Benjamin F. Butts, 
Haworth, N. J. 

Halt aus, mein volk ; dichtung von 
Hanna Cordes, musik von Gustav 
Schreck, of Germany ; fur 4 stim- 
migen gemischten chor ; partitur. 
4to. [11154 

© June 10, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380832; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 



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11155 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Halte bohemienne ; poesie et musique 
d' Albert Larrieu, of France. [11155 
© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 380842 ; Louis Jacquot, Paris. 

Hambourg (Mark) Impromptu; by M. 
Hambourg, played by Howard Brock- 
way, of U. S. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls H 14303) [11156 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387775 ; American piano CO., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

Hanalei; arr. by Dave Langlands, of 
U. S. : key of G or 1 sharp ; ukulele. 
4to. [11157 

© June 10. 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916 ; E 383866 ; Southern California 
music co., Los Angeles. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement in chart 
form.] 

Handsome bold Barney O'Shay; 
words by Paul A. Lewis, music by F. 
Haentschel, of U. S. [11158 

© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1916; E 387966; 
Lewis & Haentschel, San Antonio. 

Hans and Gretel; by Albert Biehl. 
rev. and ed. with instructions as to 
interpretation and method of study, 
biographical sketch, story and glos- 
sary by Emerson Whithorne, of U. 
S. ; piano. ( Selected edition, pro- 
gressive series, no. 343 grade 2-a ) . 

[11159 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387356; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Hans und Liesel; volkslied von F. v. 
Woyna, arr. von Theo. Kelbe, of U. 
S. ; mannerchor. 4to. [11160 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388873; Wm. A. Kami music co., 
Milwaukee. 

Happy-go-lucky; one-step or two-step, 
by Llenri Lamont [pseud, of Clar- 
ence M. Jones], of U. S. ; piano. 

[11161 
© July 17. 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388511 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Happy (A) holiday; by Owen Came- 
ron, of U. S. ; piano. [11162 
© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388577; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 



Happy hours waltz; by M. D. Heck, 

of U. S. ; piano. [11163 

© July 20. 1916; 2 c. July 20, 

1916; E 388563; Mae Devoto Heck, 

Cincinnati. 

Happy memories ; caprice, by C. C. 
Crammond, of U. S., op. 56; piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [11164 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388670; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Happy (The) princess; march, by C. 
C. Crammond, of U. S., op. 63; 
piano.. Boston, Evans music co. 

[11165 
© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388679; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Harbor of dreams ; words and music 

by J. R. Shannon, of U. S. [11166 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 

1916; E 388604; Vandersloot music 

pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Hark ! hark my soul ; anthem, words 
in part by Williams, music by M. A. 
Simpson, of U. S. ; solos, duett, trio, 
and chorus. 4to. (Choir music, no. 
23.) [11167 

© Aug. 17. 1916; 2 c. Aug-. 21, 
1916; E 389938; Robin Ellis. New 
York. 

Hark, the lark; words by Wm. 
Shakespeare, music by F. Kiicken, 
ed. by Walter H. Aiken, of U. S. 4to. 
(Willis collection no. 172.) [11168 
© July 13. 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387333; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement for school use.] 

Hark to the message ; song, music by 

Carl F. Price, of U. S. [11169 

© May 16, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 

1916; E 387512; Marion Thomas, 

Newark. 

Harmonies du soir. See Liszt 
(Franz). 

Has sen stein (Paul) Drei fugen- 
scherze ; von P. Hassenstein, of 
Germany ; harmonium, orgel oder 
klavier. Contents : 1. C. a. f. e. 
2. Odu lieber Augnstin. 3. A. f. f. e. 

[11170 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380977; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
Hats off to a soldier ; words by Mrs. 
C, C. Clarke, music by E. S. S. Hun- 
tington. ,of U. S. [11171 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388920; 
Mrs. C. C. Clarke, Trenton, N. J. 



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no. 9, 1916 



11187 



Have a heart ; fox trot from Ziegf eld 
follies 1916, by Jerome D. Kern, 
played by Pete Wendling, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls C 
15282.) [11172 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 387760; American piano 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Hawaii poni ; arr. by Dave Langlands, 
of U. S. ; key of A or 3 sharps ; 
ukulele. 4to. [11173 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916 ; E 383862 ; Southern California 
music co., Los Angeles. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement in chart 
form.] 

Hawaiian giel waltz song; or, South 
Sea serenade, words by Estelle Folk, 
' music by J. B. Folk, of U. S. 

[11171 
© 1 C. Aug. 7, 1916; E 3S7S21 ; 
J. Barnes Folk, Nevada City, Gal. 

Hayden (Adolph V.) . Sonatina ; small 
duet, by A. V. Hayden, of U. S. ; 
violin and piano. [11175 

© Aug. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916; 
E 387627; A. V. Hayden, Phila- 
delphia. 

Haydn (Franz Joseph) Menuett in 
C dur (Rokoko-menuett) ; von Jos. 
Haydn, bearb. von Maximilian 
Schwedler, of Germany ; note und 
piano. [11176 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 15. 
1916; E 381035; Otto Junne, Leip- 
zig. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

■ ■ Summer ; words by I. F. L., music 

by F. J. Haydn, arr. by Helen M. 
Browne, of U. S. [11177 

© June 23, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916 ; E 388119 ; Ida F. Leyda, Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
mony.] 

Hazel; march, by V. Romagnoli, of 
Sicily, domiciled at Detroit; piano. 
Detroit, Mich., General publishing 
co. [11178 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387455; Vincent Romag- 
noli, Detroit. 

He arose, He aeose ; words and music 

by J. A. Barney, of U. S. [11179 

© June 28, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 

1916 ; E 388626 ; Wright Barney co., 

Rumney, N. H. 



He cometh ; words anon., music by 

Alvin W. Roper, of U. S. [11180 

© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 

1916; E 390228; French E. Oliver, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

He lives ; words by Oswald J. Smith, 
music by D. B. Towner, of U. S. 

[11181 
© May 11, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916; E 388425; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

He mana o he aloha ; arr. by Dave 
Langlands, of U. S. ; key of D or 2 
sharps; ukulele. 4to. [11182 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916; E 383860; Southern Califor- 
nia music co., Los Angeles. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement in 
chart form.] 

He may be old, but he's got young 
ideas ; lyric by Howard Johnson and 
Alex. Gerber, music by Harry 
Jentes, of U. S. ; words and melody 
only. [11183 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387674; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

He eolled the burden away; words 
and music by H. L. Goodwin, of 
U. S. [11184 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 
E 388887 ; Herbert Le Roy Goodwin, 
Mannsville, N. Y. 

He's just the same to-day; words 
and music by J. Elwin Wright, of 
U. S. [11185 

© June 28, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916 ; E 388348 ; Wright Barney co., 
Rumney, N. H. 

Hear my prayer O Lord ; anthem, 
words from Psalm 143, music by 
Louis Arthur Russell, of U. S., op. 
25; three solo voices, sop., alto and 
bass, or three part cho. ; organ ace. 
4to. [11186 

© June 28, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916 ; E 388450 ; Essex pub. co., New- 
ark, N. J. 

Hear our prayer. See Briggs (C. S.) 
Six responses. 

Heart (The) of June; words by 
Jeanne Oldfield Potter, music by 
Anna Priscilla Risher, of U. S. 1. 
Soprano or tenor. 2. Mezzo soprano 
or baritone. [11187 

© Aug. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. each Aug. 16, 
1916 ; E 387807 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



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11188 



pt. in, n. s., v. It 



Heaet of mine; words by C. E. Viv- 
ian-Kennelly, music by Leo. T. 
Croke, of Great Britain. [11188 

© July 4, 1916 ; 1 c. July 17, 1916 ; 
E 384714; H. F. Swift, Manchester, 
England. 

Heaet (The) or my opal; words by 
E. Gray-Lhevinne, music by Mischa 
Lhevinne, of U. S. Chicago, Red 
letter press. [11189 

© June 30, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 390032; Estelle Gray-Lhevinne. 
Oakland, Cal. 

Heaet (The) of Wetona; intermezzo 

novelette, by Louis Maurice, of 

U. S. ; piano. [11190 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 

E 388906 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Heaet so teue ; by Benjamin Fred- 
erick Rungee, of U. S. ; piano. [11191 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 387530; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Heaet's desiee; from His heart's de- 
sire, lyric by Fiske O'Hara and 
Anna Nichols, music by Lee Orean 
Smith, of U. S. [11192 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916 ; E 387437 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Heavenly Aida. See Verdi (Giu- 
seppe) 

Heavenly King ; a Christmas cantata, 
comp. by G. F. Rosche from compo- 
sitions of Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. 
8vo. [11193 

© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 17, 1916 ; 
A 435083; Geo. F. Rosche, Chicago. 

Hebeew. See Street sketches. 

Hechizo (El) ; cancion, Bolivian folk 
song, arr. by L. C. Gainsborg. of U. 
S. ; voice and piano. [11194 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 3S7722 ; 
Maria Paz Gainsborg & Lolita Ca- 
brera Gainsborg, New York. 

Heil die im siegeekeanz ; neue 
deutsche reichshymne, musik von P. 
Georg Gast, of Germany, op. 87 ; aus- 
gabe fiir mannerchor ; partitur. 4to. 

[11195 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381382 ; Otto Dietrich, Liepzig. 

Heimat, teaut ttnd stiss ; walzer nach 
motiven der operette, Botschafterin 
Leni, musik von Leo Ascher, of Aus- 
tria ; klavier zu zwei handen, mit 
uberlegtem text. [11196 

© Mar. 20, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
191(5 ; E 381011 ; Adolph Robitschek, 
Vienna. 



Heimweh (Longing for home) ; by 
Gustav Lange, op. 373, played by 
Andrei Kmita, of U. S. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls H 14534.) 

[11197 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1916 ; E. 387744 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Heiteee weiss ; von Paul Juon, of 
Germany, op. 65, no. 1 ; klavier. 

[11198 
© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380999; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Liepzig. 

Hello Mexico; words and music by 

James W. Casey, of U. S. [11199 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 

E 3S7605 ; Echo music pub. co v 

Seattle. 

words and music by W. E. Whit- 
comb, of Canada, domiciled at Hart- 
ford, Conn. Hartford, Conn., W. E. 
Whitcomb music co. [11200 
© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 390079; W. E. Whitcomb, 
Hartford, Conn. 

Hello theee, milky way; lyric and 
music by H. B. Crooker. of U. S. 

[11201 
© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 387551; 
Herbert B. Crooker, New York. 

Henderson (Wm. C.) Finale; words 

and music by W. C. Henderson, of 

TJ. S., op. 246. [11202 

© 1 c. July 26, 1916; E 388685; 

Win. C. Henderson, New l T ork. 

Hee chaem ; it's all in the way she 
dresses, words by Joseph Ungemach, 
music by Ernest Verdayne, of U. S. 

[11203 
© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 387882 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Hee pink mumu ; words and music by 

S. H. Douglas, of U. S. [11204 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 

E 388875; Sallie Hume Douglas, 

Honolulu. 

Hee songs; words by B. Preston 
Clark, Jr., music by Samuel Endi- 
cott, of U. S. ; low voice. ( Songs 
after sunset, no. 3.) [11205 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E -389221; Boston music co., 
Boston. 



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no. 9, 1916 



11222 



Heebeet (Victoe) Canzonetta; by V. 
Herbert, arr. by Otto Langey, of 
U. S. ; orch. (Sehirnier galaxy, no. 
184 G) [11206 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 
E 387683; G. Sehirnier, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Heebeet (Victoe) favorites; nlayed 
by Andrei Kmita, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls, J 14615) 
Contents : — 1. Because you're you. — 
2. Love is best of all. — 3. Gypsy love 
song. — 4. Kiss me again. — 5. Mascot 
of the troop. [11207 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387787 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Heedsmen's Christmas song; by Gus- 
tav Pressel, arr. by G. Welch, of 
U. S. ; two part chorus of women's 
voices. 4to. (Choral music, series 
16, no. 634.) [11208 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389217; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Here's to the sparkling old wine foe 
mine; opening act 3rd, Mutt and 
Jeff; words and music by W. C. 
Henderson, of U. S., op. 248. [11209 
© 1 c. July 26, 1916; E 388687; 
Wm. C. Henderson, New York. 

Heezogin ( Die ) will tanzen ; walzer 
nach motiven des operetten-idylles 
Auf befehl der herzogin, musik von 
Bruno Granichstaedten, of Austria, 
klavier. [11210 

© Mar. 22. 1915: 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380968; W. Karczag, Vi- 
enna. 

Hide and seek ; by N. Louise Wright, 
of U. S., op. 24, no. 6; piano. (Six 
little pieces, no. 6.) [11211 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 388300; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Hilliaed (George) Four studies; by 
G. Hilliard, of Great Britain; pi- 
ano. Contents: — 1. Study in A 
minor. — 2. in D minor. — 3. in E 
minor. — 4. in G minor. [11212 

© June 7, 1916; 1 c. June 17, 
1916 ; E 384496 ; Weekes & co., Lon- 
don. 



Hills of blue; by Benjamin Freder- 
ick Rungee. of U. S. ; piano. [11213 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 387532; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

HlLO, MY DEAR HAWAIIAN HOME ; WOl'dS 

and music bv C. B. Weston, of U. S. 

[11214 
© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1916 ; E 387735 ; Charles B. Weston, 
Brooklyn. 

Hindenbueg-maesch ; es wird fortge- 
droschen, musik von Karl Hiess, of 
Austria, op. 31 ; salonorchester. 4to. 

[11215 
© Mar. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 381010 ; Adoplh Robitschek, 
Vienna u. Liepzig. 

Hip ! hip ! hooray ! foe the good old 
U. S. A. : words and music by H. R. 
Fletcher, of U. S. [11216 

© Aug. 7, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 
E 388829; Warner C. Williams, In- 
dianapolis. 

His beidal night ; waltzes, by Eugene 
Salzer and Sol P. Levy, of U. S. ; 
piano. [11217 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916 ; E 3C8470 ; M. Witmark & sons., 
New York. 

His countey's saceifice; words and 
music by Bert Rourke, of U. S. 

[11218 
© July 28, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916 ; E 388796 ; Elite music pub. co., 
Boston. 

HIS CUTE MOVING PICTURE MACHINE ; 

lyric by Alfred Bryan, music by Al- 
bert Gunible, of U. S. [11219 
© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916; E 390065; Jerome H. Remick 
& co„ New York. 

His geace is sufficient ; words and 
music by H. Lillenas, of Norway. 
(In Camp meeting melodies) [11220 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1916 ; 
E 387983; Halclor Lillenas, Olivet, 
111. 

Holiday (A) maech ; by Esther Gro- 

now, of U. S. ; piano. [11221 

© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 

19166 ; E 387545 ; Clayton F. Summy 

co., Chicago. 

Holiday times ; by Lawrence Sturdy, 
of England; piano. (Bosworth edi- 
tion, no. 979.) [11222 
© July 3, 1916 ; 1 c. July 26, 1916 ; 
E 384765 ; Bosworth & co., London. 



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Hollenden (The) waltz ; by G. F. 
Hammond, of U. S. ; piano. [11223 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388560; George F. Ham- 
mond, Cleveland. 

Holy spieit, beeath of love ; sacred 
song, words by Ave Galbraith, mu- 
sic by J. Lamont Galbraith, of Great 
Britain, domiciled at Richmond, Va. 
1. In F, with violin obi. — 2. In D, 
with violin obi. — 3. In F, with 
piano ace. — 4. In D, with piano ace. 
[11224, 11225 
© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. each Aug. 1, 
1916; E 387594, 387595; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

H-o-m-e; home of my dear mother, 
words and music by A. Macdonald, 
of U. S. Newport, R. I., Studio 
music store. [11226 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 387973; Archie Macdonald, 
Newport, R. I. 

Home and fieeside; waltz, by E. J. 
Grant, of U. S. ; piano. [11227 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 387607; Edward J. Grant, Cleve- 
land. 

Home, wheee otje loved ones dwell; 
sacred duet, words and music by 
Cora S. Briggs, of U. S. 1. Mixed 
voices. ( Octavo series mixed voices, 
sacred no. 1178.) — 2. Sop. and ten. 
and alto and bar. [11228, 11229 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. each July 
19, 1916; E 387404, 307405. Arthur 
P. Schmidt co., Boston. 

Homesickness blues ; fox trot by 
Cliff Hess, played by Pete Wendling, 
of U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls C 15172) [11230 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387776 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Homewaed bound ; march, by Flor- 
ence Newell Barbour, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Days of sunshine) 

[11231 
© July 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1916; E 387588; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Homewaeds (Froliche heimkehr) ; by 
Carl Reuther, of Germany, op. 17, 
no. 1; piano, four hands. (At close 
of day, no. 1) [11232 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 381486; Arthur P. Schmidt CO., 
Boston. 



Hominy (The) man; words and mu- 
sic by C. L. Tunis, of U. S. [11233 
© 1 c. June 27, 1916; E 388124; 
Claudia Lennox Tunis, Metuchen, 
N. J. 

Honest injun ; words by Andrew B. 
Sterling and Ed Moran, music by 
Harry Von Tilzer, of U. S. [11234 
© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 9, 
1916; E 388885; Harry Von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 

Honey moon eag; by James Scott, of 

U. S. ; piano. [11235 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 ,c. Sept. 2, 

1916; E 390061; Stark music co., 

St. Louis. 

Honey suckle time; words by Mrs. 

A. C. Womack, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [11236 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; E 387641 ; A. 

C. Womack, Gallatin, Tenn. 

Honolulu (The) blues; fox trot, by 
Jimmie V. Monaco, played by Pete 
Wendling, of U. S. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls A 15112.) [11237 
© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387763 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Honolulu cabaeet; lyric by Will J. 
Hart, music by Lew Hays, of U. S. 

[11238 
© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916; E 390069; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Honolulu hula hula heigh; arr. by 
Dave Langlands, of U. S. ; key of D 
or 2 sharps; ukulele, 4to. [11239 
© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916 ; E 383861 ; Southern California 
music co., Los Angeles. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement in chart 
form.] 

Honolulu (The ) pa-ki-ka; words 
and music by Bud de Silva, of U. S. 

[11240 

© June 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 19, 1916 ; 
E 388493 ; W. A. Quincke & co., Los 
Angeles. 

Honoe (The) man; march, by Nick 
Brown, arr. by Mackie-Beyer, of U. 
S. ; military band. 4to. [11241 

© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916 ; E 388719 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 



740 



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no. 9, 1916 



11258 



Honor (The) man — Continued. 

march two-step, by Nick Brown, 

arr. by Mackie-Beyer, of U. S. ; orch. 

4to. [11242 

© June 28. 1916; 2 c. June 29, 

1916 ; E 388205 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 

Philadelphia. 

Hope; 2nd religious dramatic song, 
text from the Holy Writ, collabora- 
tion of Henrietta Falconer-Grant, 
music by J. P. Kiirsteiner, of U. S., 
op. 25, no. 2 ; bar. or contralto, in 
D flat. New York., Kiirsteiner and 
Rice. [11243 

© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 387425; Jean Paul Kiir- 
steiner, New York. 

Hour (The) of memory; humoreske 
song, lyric by J. Will Callahan, mu- 
sic by Anton Dvorak, adapted by 
Henry S. Sawyer, of U. S. ; medium 
voice. [11244 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387293; Frank K. Root & 
co., Chicago. [Copyright is claimed 
on English lyric and adaptation.] 

Hours of pleasure ; music by various 
composers, revised and edited by 
Adam Carse, of Great Britain; vio- 
lin. 1. Book 2, 8 pieces up to the 
3rd position. 2. Book 3, 7 pieces up 
to the 5th position. [11245, 11246 

© July 3, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 22, 
1916; E 384773 384774; Augener, 
ltd., London. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision and editing.] 

HOW AMIABLE ARE THY DWELLINGS ; 

duet, words from the Bible, music by 
J. E. Roberts, of U. S. ; soprano and 
contralto. [11247 

© Aug. 16. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388988; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

How can you blame me ; words and 
music by Mort Green, of U. S. New 
York, Arcade music pub. co. [11248 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 388964; Milton Hirshfeld, New 
York. 

How DIFFERENT all things look to 

US WHEN THE SUN SHINES BRIGHT ; 

words and music by Bert Rourke, of 
U. S. [11249 

© July 28. 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916 ; E 388798 ; Elite music pub. co., 
Boston. 



How far is it called? words anon., 
music by F. E. Oliver, of U. S. 

[11250 
© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1916 ; 
E 390219 ; French E. Oliver, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

How flowers grow; words adapted, 
music by Mary Munson, of U. S. 

[11251 
© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 
E 389020 ; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 

How Jonah did it; words and music 
by Gene La Motte, of U. S. [11252 
© 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916; E 388821; 
Grace Dean, Bayside, L. I., N. Y. 

HOW THE FAIRIES CAME TO IRELAND; 

from His heart's desire, lyric by 
Bartley Costello, music by Theodore 
Morse, of U. S. [11253 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916 ; E 387436 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Howdy pap; words by Charles H. 
Gueltig, music by E. Manreh, of U. S. 

[11254 
© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 388486; W. L. Arter, To- 
ledo, O. 

Huff (The) par-excel band book; 
a collection of original compositions 
by Will Huff, of U. S. ; band. obi. 
16mo. [11255 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 29, 
1916; E 388165; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Hula-hula, two-step child ; words by 

C. J. Crew, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [11256 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388311; 

Chas. J. Crew, Eufaula, Okl. 

Humming (The) bird (Der colibri) ; 

• valse brillante, by Chas. J. Wallace, 

of U. S., op. 412; piano. [11257 

© July 24, 1916 ; 2 c. July 26, 1916 ; 
E 388642 ; Thos. Goggan & bro., Gal- 
veston, Tex. 

Humoreske; by Anton Dvorak, op. 
101, no. 7, arr. by Albert Stoessel, 
of U. S. ; in G ; violin and piano. 

[11258 

© Aug. 26. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389228; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



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Humokeske — Continued. 

by Reginald de Koven, of U. S., 

op. 379, no. 3; piano. (Three com- 
positions for piano, no. 3) [11259 
© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387039; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Humoeesque; by Albert Stoessel, of 
U. S., op. 8, no. 2 ; violin and piano. 

[11260 
© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387907; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

by Rudolf Friml, op. 45, played 

by Marguerite Yolavy, of Austria. 
(Rytlmiodik record music rolls F 
12993) [11261 

© Mar. 20. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384866 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Humoeesque oeientale ; by Walter 
Rolfe, of U. S. ; piano. [11262 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388986; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Hundeet wege ( Hunclra vager) ; text 
von J. L. Runeberg, musik von Jean 
Sibelius, op. 72, no. 6, bearb. von A. 
Kleineeke, of Germany; singstimme 
und pianoforte. [11263 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381316; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Hunt (H. Eenest) Ten national 
airs; arr. by H. E. Hunt, of Great 
Britain ; piano duet, nos. 1-10. 

[11264 

© July 4, 1916 ; 1 c. July 20, 1916 ; 
E 384724; Alfred Lengnick & co., 
London. 

Htjkdle eace; by Georg Eggeling, of 
Germany, op. 185, no. 10; piano. 
(Grace and rapidity) [11265 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381502; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Hyde (The) Park giel ; from The 
Bing boys are here, words by Clif- 
ford Grey, music bv Nat D. Ayer, of 
U. S. [11266 

, © July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388286 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 



Hymn to America; words by W. C. 
Langdon, music by B. C. Peters, of 
U. S. 8vo. [11267 

© Dec. 4, 1915 ; 2 c. July 10, 1916 ; 
E 388347; William Chauncey Lang- 
don and Brooks C. Peters, Northport, 
N. Y. 

Hymn to Indiana; words by W. C. 
Langdon, music by C. D. Campbell, 
of U. S. 8vo. [11268 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. July 10; 
1916; E 388345; William Chauncy 
Langdon and Charles Diven Camp- 
bell, Bloomington, Ind. 

I ADOEE YOU, DEAE OLD WASHINGTON ; 

words by J. Harvey Snyder, music 
by Grattan Guerin, of U. S. Seattle, 
Echo music pub. co. [11269 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916; E 388810; J. H. Snyder, Ta- 
coma, Wash. 

I ain't prepared for that; words by 

A. F. Hopkins, music by Donald 

Jackson, of U. S. [11270 

© 1 c. July 19, 1916; E 388504; 

George H. O'Connor, Washington. 

I am a dreamer; words by P. Leach, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[11271 
© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388318; 
Paul Leach, Northfield, Minn. 

I AM GOING BACK TO GOOD OLD U. S. A. J 

words and music by Frank S. John- 
son, of U. S. [11272 
© Aug. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1916 ; 
E 388965; Ellis music pub. co., San 
Francisco. 

I AM THINKING OF THE TIME WHEN I 

lost you; words by W. C. Smith, 
music by Harry Stirling, of U. S. 

[11273 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 

E 388854; Walter C. Smith, Detroit. 

I AM WAITING IN THE GARDEN OF EOSES ', 

words by Frank J. Borgwardt, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[11274 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387482; 
Frank Borgwardt, Chicago. 

I beheld, and lo ; words Biblical, mu- 
sic by Walter C. Gale, of U. S, ; 
mixed voices with sop: and ten. soli ; 
organ ace. 4to. (Anthems for 
mixed voices, no. 2520) [11275 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387034; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 



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11291 



I CAN DANCE WITH EVERYBODY BUT MY 

wife; one-step from Sybil, by John 
L. Golden, played by Pete Wendling, 
of U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls B 14892) [11276 

© May 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387748 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

I CANNOT DRIFT BEYOND THE CARE OF 

God ; words by Ernest G. W. Wesley, 
music by B. F. Butts, of U. S., arr. 
by H. P. Main, of U. S. 8vo. 

[11277 
© Aug. 12. 1916: 2 c Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387S25 ; Benjamin F. Butts, 
Haworth, N. J. 

I CAN'T FORGET THE WORDS MY MOTHER 
TOLD ME ON HER DYING BED ; WOrdS 

by E. Le Blanc, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [11278 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387573; 
Eugene Le Blanc, Moosup, Conn. 

I'd like to take you home ; words 
and music by S. F. Louchheim, of 
U. S. [11279 

© 1 c. July 13, 1916; E 387270; 
Stuart Fleisher Louchheim, Phila- 
delphia. 

I do not ask, O Lord ; words by Ade- 
laide Proctor, music by Reginald 
Barrett, of U. S., op. " 86 ; men's 
voices. 4to. (Octavo series, no. 
404) [11280 

© Aug. 22. 1916: 2 c. Aug:. 22, 
1916; E 387915; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

I don't care; words and music by 
A. J. Mills, Bennett Scott, and Fred 
Godfrey, of England. [11281 

© July 17, 1916: 1 c. July 18, 
1916 ; E 384749 ; Star music pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

I HATE TO SEE THE SUMMER GO, BE- 
CAUSE I GOT NO WINTER CLOTHES ; 

words and music by A. Fitz Gerald, 
of U. S., arr. by Harriet A. Snow, of 
U. S. [11282 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916: E 388352; 
Angela Fitz Gerald, Brooklyn. 

I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN THE PATSY ; 

from Broadway and buttermilk, 
lyrics by Schuyler Greene, music by 
Dave Stamper, of U. S. [11283 

© Aug. 9. 1916 : 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 
E 387696; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 



I HEAR YOUR SWEET VOICE IN MY 

dreams, dear ; words by Mrs. R. A. 
Boston, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of TJ. S. [11284 
© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387474; 
Mrs. Roy A. Boston, Hathorne, 
Mass. 

I heard a sound of voices ; words by 
Godfrey Turing, music by Louis 
Woodson Curtis, of U. S. 1. Mixed 
voices. (Octavo series mixed 
voices sacred no. 1151.) — 2. In D 
and in B flat. [11285 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916 ; E 387406 ; Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. 

I KNOW NOT IF MOONLIGHT OR STAR- 
LIGHT ; part song, words by Edmund 
Clarence Stedman, music by Regi- 
nald Billin, of U. S. ; men's voices. 
4to. (Secular part songs, no. 
10827) [11286 

© Aug. 16. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388975; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

I know the Lord laid His hands on 
me; words and music by T. E. 
Oliver, of U. S. [11287 

© Sept. 1. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 390232; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

I'll build a bungalow of love ; words 
and music by Bigelow and Campbell, 
of U. S. [11288 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916; E 388409; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

I'll carry the flag to Mexico but 
I'll leave my heart with you ; 
words and music by T. F. McNa- 
mara, of U. S., arr. by Frederick 
Melville, of U. S. [11289 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7. 1916 ; 
E 388859; Paul pub. co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 

I'll miss you when the evening 
shadows fall; words by F. D. Mc- 
Cartey, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [11290 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387296; 
Flora D. McCartey, Philadelphia. 

I'll wed the girl I left behind; by 
Will A. Dillon, arr. by Geo. J. Trink- 
aus. of U. S. ; vocal orchestra, key 
of B flat. 4to. [11291 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388823 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



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I'll wed the girl I left behind — Con. 

words and music by Will A. Dil- 
lon, of U. S. [11292 
© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916 ; E 388746 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

I love clothes ; words by Joseph Un- 
gemach, music by Ernest Verdayne, 
of U. S. [11293 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 387883 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

I love my Saviour ; words by W. R. O. 
and F. E. O., music by W. R. Oliver, 
of U. S. [11294 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1916 ; 
E 390214 ; French E. Oliver, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

I love my U. S. A. ; words and music 
by Joe Cronson, of U. S., harmonized 
by Charles Ruddy. [11295 

© June 30, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1. 1916 ; 
E 388234 ; Eastern music co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

I love that ball game; one-step, 
words and music by D. Allman, of 
U. S. Philadelphia, M. D. Swisher. 

[11296 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916 ; E 387373 ; Drue Allman, Phila- 
delphia. 

I love the Red, White and Blue; 
words and music by L. J. Connery, 
of U. S., arr. by J. O. D. de Bondy, 
of U. S. [11297 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387832; 
Lawrence J. Connery, Lynn, Mass. 

I love the Stars and Stripes ; by 
H. J. Millington, of U. S. ; band. 
4to. [11298 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 388330; Herbert J. Millington, 
Lawrence, Mass. 

I love you, sweetheart, yes I do; 

words by G. M. Orme, music by 

R. A. Browne, of U. S. 4to. [11299 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 387716; 

Gertrude M. Orme, Racine, Wis. 

I love you truly; vocal duet, words 
and music by Carrie Jacobs-Bond, 
arr. by Emerson James, of England ; 
in E flat. [11300 

© June 23, 1916; 1 c. June 24, 
19T6; E 384537; Frederick Harris 
co., London. 



I LOVE YOUR SMILING EYES OE BLUE; 

words by J. Reilly, music by Carl 
Muehling [pseud, of Ethel Fisher] 
of U. S., arr. by J. Reilly, of U. S. ; 
words and melody only. [11301 

© 1 c. July 17, 1916; E 388466; 
James Reilly, Buffalo. 

I'm a-longin' fo' you; waltz, by Jane 
Hathaway and J. S. Zamecnik, 
played by Jane Harold, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls in D 
15233) [11302 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387750 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

I'm glad I've been a sailor ; words by 
A. C. Jews, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [11303 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387634; 
August C. Jews, Norwalk, Conn. 

I'm goin' to hit the trail for Ala- 
bam' ; words and music by Geo. L. 
Cobb, of IT. S. [11304 

© Apr. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388256 ; Seidel music pub. co., inc., 
Indianapolis. 

I'm going back, back, back to my 
home ; words and music by A. Green, 
of U. S. [11305 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388538; 
Alan Green, Portland, Or. 

I'm going back to Alabama ; words by 
Dates Crow (David Crow), music 
by D. Crow and Dot Schilling 
(Dorothy Schilling), of U. S. 

[11306 

© 1 c. July 14, 1916; E 388455; 
David Crow and Dorothy Schilling, 
Baltimore. 

I'm going over the hills to Virginia ; 
words by Clyde Hager, music by 
Walter Goodwin, of U. S. [11307 

© Aug. 19. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 389199 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. 

I'm going to make you love me; fox 
trot song, words by Earl E. Crooke 
and Fred Lee, music by Ned Clay, 
of U. S. Indianapolis, Ind., Warner 
C. Williams & co. [11308 

© Aug. 16. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916; E 388963: Warner C. Will- 
iams, Indianapolis. 



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11325 



I'm gone before I go ; in Ziegfeld fol- 
lies 1916, words by Ballard Mac- 
donald. music by Harry Carroll, of 
U. S. [11309 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388618; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

I'm gonna make hay while the sun 
shines in Virginia ; words by Joe 
Young and Sam Lewis, music by 
Archie Gottler, of U. S. [11310 

© Aug. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387620; Kalmar, Puck & Abra- 
hams, cons., inc., New York. 

I'm mighty glad to be a soldier; 
words and music bv C. J. Lynch, 
of U. S. [11311 

© 1 c. Aug. 28. 1916; E 389200; 
Chester Joseph Lynch, Waterbury, 
Conn. 

I'm neutral; words by F. Schoeler, 
music by W. F. Le Veen, of U. S., 
arr. by Eugene Polcastro. of U. S. 

[11312 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390009; 
Wm. F. Le Veen & Frederick Schoe- 
ler, Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

I'm on my way to Atlantic City 

Bay; words by F. Ott, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [11313 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387572; 

Fred Ott, Grove City, O. 

I'm out of the barrel, boys ; words 
and music by C. A. Simolton [arr. 
by Christian A. Praetorius] of U. S. 

[11314 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1916; E 387606; 
Clinton A. Simolton, New York. 

I need Thee every hour ; sacred song, 
words by Annie Sherwood Hawks, 
music by William John Hall, of U. 
S. ; sop. or ten, and alto or bass. 

[11315 
© June 28, 1916; 2 c. each June 
29, 1916; E 388199; Arthur P. 
Schmid, co., Boston. 

I ONLY LIVED FOR YOU, SWEETHEART; 

words by A. Ramspacher, music by 
Everett J. Evans, of U. S. [11316 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387635; 
Anna Ramspacher, Philadelphia. 

I PRAY WE'LL MEET IN HEAVEN ; WOl'dS 

by Wm. L. Vroman, music bv J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. '[11317 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387561; 
Wm. L. Vroman, Davenport, la. 



I RAISED MY BOY TO FIGHT FOR HIS 

country; words and music by N. 
Kearney, of U. S. [11318 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 2, 
1916; E 388815; N. Kearney, Chi- 
cago. 

I SENT MY WIFE TO THE THOUSAND 

Isles ; one-step, by Harry Von Til- 
zer, played by Pete Wendling, of 
U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls B 15202.) [11319 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387762 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

I start my day over again ; from The 
Bing boys are here, words by Clif- 
ford Grey, music by Nat D. Ayer, 
of U. S. [11320 

© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388129; B. Feldman & CO., 
London. 

I STOPPED AND I LOOKED, AND I LIS- 
TENED ; from The Bing boys are 
here, words by Nat D. Ayer and Clif- 
ford Grey, music by Nat D. Ayer, 
of U. S. [11321 

© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388127; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

I THO'T I HEARD YOUR NAME; WOrdS 

and music by M. Etheldred Shoe- 
maker, of U. S. [11322 
© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916; E 388947; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

I've always called you my play- 
mate, but now I've changed it to 
sweetheart; words and music by 
L. E. Burgess, of U. S. [11323 

© 1 c. July 20, 1916; E 387433; 
Leila Elinor Burgess, Los Angeles. 

I've got the army blues ; by L. Wolfe, 
Gilbert and Carey Morgan, of U. S. ; 
orchestra. 4to. 1. One step. — 2. 
Fox trot. [11324 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. each Aug. 4, 
1916; E 388839, 388840; Jos. W. 
Stern & co., New York. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 

words and music by L. Wolfe Gil- 
bert and Carey Morgan, of U. S. 

[11325 
© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388780; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 



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I've just a little bit of love foe you ; 
words bv J. A. Kutzleb, music bv 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[11326 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 3S7578 ; 
Judson A. Kutzleb, Marion, Ind. 

I've just come back from San Fran- 
cisco ; words and music by A. Silver 
Bell [pseud, of Mrs. H. Clevenson], 
of U. S. 4to. [11327 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1916; E 387981; 
Mrs. Harry Clevenson, Laconia, N. H. 

I WANT A LITTLE CHICKEN JUST LIKE 

you; words and music by W. C. 

Henderson, of U. S., op. 249. [11328 
© 1 c. July 26, 1916; E 388681; 
Wm. C. Henderson, New York. 

I WANT TO BE A SOLDIER IN THE ABMY ; 

words and music by Reg. Bolles, Lou 
Haffermehl, and Ray Hammell, of 
U. S. Boston, Haffermehl and Ham- 
mell. [11329 
© July 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387559; Lou V. Haffermehl, New- 
ton Centre, Mass. 

I WANT TO BE BACK HOME IN OLD TEN- 
NESSEE ; words by W. J. Storz, music 
by Harry P. Guy, of U. S. [11330 
© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388849 ; W. J. Storz, Detroit. 

I WANT TO BE WOOED BY A TOEEADOE ; 

words by Herman L. Gantvoort, 
music by Rupert W. Graves, of U. S. 

[11331 
© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1916; E 387960; 
Karczag pub. co., inc., New York. 

I want to dance ; words and music by 

Arthur L. Murray, of U. S. [11332 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1916 ; 

E 387694; Raymur pub. co., New 

London, Conn. 

I want to fox teot with you ; in Mr. 
Manhattan, words and music by Nat 

D. Ayer, of U. S. [11333 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 

1916; E 388498; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

I want to go back to Honolulu ; one- 
step by Sonny Cunba, played by Pete 
Wendling, of U. S., assisted by W. 

E. D. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls C 15012) [11334 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387758 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 



I WANT TO GO BACK TO MlSSOUEI ; WOrdS 

by Edna Jones Pollard, music bv 
Willis C. Maupin, of U. S. [11335 
© Aug. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1916 ; 
E 388911 ; Jerry Hall music co., St. 
Joseph, Mo. 

I want to go-go-go ; words and music 
by Jack Foley, of Great Britain. 

[11336 
© July 17, 1916; 1 c. July 21; 
1916; E 384740; Charles Sheard & 
co., London. 

I want to go to Lake Como ; words 
and music by Harley Rosso, of U. S. 
Sidney, O.. Popular music co. 

[11337 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 388898; Ohio publishers, Sidney, 
O. 

I WANT TO WANDEE IN LOVEES LANE J 

by E. Runnals, of U. S. ; words and 
melody. [11338 

© 1 c. July 31, 1916; E 388900; 
Eva Runnals, Puyallup, Wash. 

I WAS NEVER NEAEEE HEAVEN IN MY 

life ; by Ted Snyder, played by An- 
nette Prances, of U. S. (Rythmo- 
dik record music rolls C 15142) 

[11339 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1916 ; E 387774 ; American piano CO., 

New Y T ork. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

I will extol Thee ; words from the 
Bible, music by W. Ralph Cox, of 
U. S. mixed voices. (Octavo se- 
ries mixed voices, sacred no. 1182) 

[11340 
© Julv 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 387408; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



I 



will give you eest ; sacred song, 
words and music by John A. West, 
arr. by Paul Ambrose, of U. S. 

1. Trio, women's voices. (Octavo 
series women's voices no. 684.) — 

2. In E and in G. [11341, 11342 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 

1916; E 387409, 387410; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

will miss you, my soldier lad; 
words by Parker Scott, music by 
Louis Payette, of Canada. [11343 
© Aug. 2, 1915; 1 c. July 24, 
1916; *E 384751; Louis Payette, 
Montreal. 



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no. 9, 1916 



358 



Ich bet' fue meinen jtjngen ; ged. 
von A. de Nora, musik von Mathieu 
Neumann, of Germany, op. 89, no. 
4; gemischten chor. 4to. [11344 
© Dec. 20, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380985; M. Neumann, Diis- 
seldorf, Germany. 

See also Mutter (Die). 

Ich denk' an dich, du schonee 
Kaentnebeing ; text von Alfred 
Lobl, musik von Robert Stolz, of 
Austria, op. 225. [11345 

© Mar. 10. 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381200; Adolf Robitschek, 
Vienna. 

Ich hab mein heez in deine hand 
gelegt. See Gedichte von Ernst 
Goll. 

Ich hab'nen scheck; marschterzett 
aus dem volksstiick, Der jungling 
mit den ellenbogen, text v. Carl 
Rossler und Ludwig Heller, musik 
von Ernst Steffan, arr. von Otto 
Lindemann, of Austria, fur gesang 
u. piano. [11346 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 1 c July 29, 
1916 ; E 381434 ; Drei masken verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Munich. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Ich melde mich ; text von Toni Hofer, 
musik von Theo. A. Korner, of 
Austria, op. 4. [11347 

© Apr. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 E 381008; Adolph Robitschek, 
Vienna. 

Ideal school songs foe the geades, 
advanced classes and singing 
schools ; composed, arr. and pub. 
by Rollin C. Ward, of U. S. Co- 
lumbus, O., 1916. 1 p. 1., 117, [1] p. 
8vo. [11348 

© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 
11, 1916; A 437197; Rollin Chaun- 
cey Ward, Columbus, O. 

Idol of my twilight deeams ; words 
by Det J. C. Smith, music by Pearl 
Marie Davis, of U. S. [11349 

© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1916 ; 
E 388951; Smith brothers literary 
assn., Kansas City, Mo. 

Idyll (An) ; song cycle, words by 
J. Dean Atkinson, music by Dorothy 
Atkinson, of England ; low voice. 
Contents : — 1. Morning. — 2. Noon. — 
3. Night. [11350 

© June 1, 1916 ; 1 c. June 17, 1916 ; 
E 384492 ; Ryalls & Jones, ltd., Lon- 
don. 



If I but knew ; song, music by Floy 
Little Bartlett, of U. S. 1. Sop. or 
ten. 2. Alto or bar. [11351 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. each Aug. 9, 
1916; E 388882; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

IF I COULD ONLY SAY IN FEENCH WHAT 

I'm thinking in English ; written 
and composed by Harry Gifford, of 
England. (Popular song successes, 
no. 229) [11352 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1916 ; E 381615 ; Star music pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

IF I KNOCK THE ' L ' OUT OF KELLY ; 

from Step this way, by Grant-Evans, 

played by Annette Frances, of U. S. 

(Rythmoclik record music rolls B 

* 15252) [11353 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387778 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

If I might come to you; words by 
Fred. E. Weatherly, music by W. H. 
Squire, of Great Britain ; no. 2 in A 
flat. [11354 

© July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 21, 1916 ; 
E 384732 ; Boosey & co., London. 

If I only knew; words and melody 
by Charles C. Miles, of U. S. (Post 
card ser.) [11355 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388893; C. C. Miles, May- 
wood, 111. 

If ye love me; anthem, words from 
the Bible, tr. from the Latin by E. 
Caswell, music by William Reed, of 
U. S. ; mixed voices, with bar. solo 
and organ ace. 4to. (Anthem for 
mixed voices, with baritone solo 
12928.) [11356 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 18, 1916 ; 
E 387392 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

If you aee Amebic an, I'm Ameeican ; 
words by J. Lasichak, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington, of U. S. [11357 

© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388728; 
John Lasichak, Jerinyn, Pa. 

If you could bead my heaet ; lyric by 
Gladys G. Dennis, music by Harry 
H. Williams, of U. S. [11358 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916 ; E 388441 ; Williams music pub. 
co., inc., Providence, R. I. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



If you evee take a giel named Anna 
to a picnic up the dreamy susque- 
HANNA ; words by E. Morton, music 
by Bert Young, of U. S. [11359 

© Aug. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1916 ; 
E 389229; Ethel Morton, Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. 

If you'll only call me sweetheart; 

words by L. Haskins, music by E. S. 

S. Huntington, of U. S. [11360 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387298; 

Lester Haskins, Cropsey, 111. 

If you weee Bill and I weee Joe; 
words and music by I. M. Dennison, 
of U. S. St. Louis, Mo., Needhain 
music co. [11361 

© Mar. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388263; Ida May Dennison, Buf- 
falo Creek, Col. 

Illinois, Uncle Sam is calling you; 
words by Morris S. Silver, music by 
Jimmie Henshel, of U. S. [11362 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 388301; Silver, Henshel & Rose, 
Chicago. 

Illusion fanee; intermezzo, par S. 
Chapelier, of France; string quar- 
tette avec piano. [11363 
© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381093; S. Chapelier, Paris. 

Im maien ; text von J. E. Schmock, 
musik von Julius Edgar Schmock, 
of Germany, op. 21, no. 1 ; vierstim- 
migen gemischten chor oder solo- 
quartett a capella, partitur. 4to. 

[11364 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1916 ; 

E 384499; Harmonie-verlag, Berlin. 

Im moegengeauen dee geossen zeit. 
See Vertrauen. 

Immee wenn es duxkel ist ; marsch- 
lied aus Der lustige vagabund, text 
von Julius Bischitzky. musik von 
Wismar Rosendahl, of Germany. 

[11365 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381191; Musikalienverlag 
E. Tiemann, Berlin. 

Impeessions de Peecenico; troisieme 
meditation, by Alfred Jaell, op. 17, 
ed. by Andor Pinter, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11366 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E .388836; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 



Impeomptu; by C. k Becket Williams, 
of England; op. 16; pianoforte. 
London, Frederick Harris co. 

[11367 
© June 22, 1916; 1 c. June 24, 
1916; E 384540: C. a Becket Wil- 
liams, % Mrs. Targett Fursby, Win- 
chester, England. 

waltz, by Joseph J. McGrath, of 

U. S. ; piano. ( Instructive composi- 
tions for the piano, series 8.) 

[11368 
© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18, 
1916; E 387893; Boston music co, 
Boston. 

See also Hambourg (Mark) — 

See Kompositionen. 

See Reinhold (Hugh) 

Impeomptus. See Schumann (R. A.) 

In a deae little place called home. 
See Song (The) Kettle is singing. 

In a sylvan vale; waltz, by August 
Nolck, of Germany, op. 196, no. 1; 
violin and pianoforte. (Greetings 
from afar, no. 1.) [11369 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
F 381482; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

In a temple gaedex ; words by Fred- 
erick Martens, music by Charles Gil- 
bert Spross, of U. S. : low voice. 

[11370 
© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1916 ; 
E 388801; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

In a Tubkish haeem long ago ; words 
by Margaret French, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [11371 
© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387487; 
Margaret McBain, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y. 

In deae old Washington ; words and 
music by E. F. Jenkins, of U. S. 

[11372 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916; E 389322; Edgar Franklin 
Jenkins, Spokane, Wash. 

In foeest dells. See Fairy tales. 

In line with the khaki boys ; words 
by Edward Sullivan, music by Ar- 
thur E. Semple, of Canada. Lon- 
don, Frederick Harris co. [11373 
© June 10, 1916; 1 c. June 13, 
1916; E 384494; Edward Sullivan, 
Toronto, Canada. 



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no. 9, 1916 



11391 



In meinem eosengaeten. See Alt- 

deutscher liederkreis. 
In Mississippi ; by G. Merola, of 

U. S. ; piano. [11374 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388322; 

Gaetano Merola, New York. 

In my gaeden sings a bied ; words by 
Edward Teschemacher, music by 
Cecil Baiimer. of Great Britain; no. 
3 in G. [11375 

© July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 11, 1916 ; 
E 380817; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

In my little old fashioned- cottage ; 

words and music by A. Green, of 

U. S. [11376 

© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388731; 

Alan Green, Portland. Or. 

In old Beazil ; lyric by Fleta Jan 
Brown, music bv Herbert Spencer, 
of U. S. [11377 

© Aug. 29. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916; E 390066; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

In old Ieeland wheee the little 

shameociv grows ; words and music 

by E. J. Grant, of U. S. [11378 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 

E 387608 ; Edward Grant, Cleveland. 

In othee woeds ; from The Bing boys 
are here, words by Clifford Grey, 
music by Nat. D. Ayer, of U. S. 

[11379 
© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388131; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

In Pillow Town ; baby mine, go hush- 
a-bye, by W. Keith Elliott; arr. by 
Geo. J. Trinkaus, of U. S. in F 
minor and major for vocal orchestra. 
4to. [11380 

© Aug. 18. 1916: 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916 ; E 387879 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

In peison (D'une prison) ; English ver- 
sion by G. B., after the French of 
Paul Yerlaine. music by Sebastian B. 
Schlesinger, of U. S., op. 74, no. 4. 
1. Sop. or ten. — 2. Alto or bar. 

[11381 
© July 20. 1908 ; 2 c. each Sept. 1, 
1916; E 390089; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

In eiva all' adige ; polka, by Sartori, 
arr. by B. Quattrociocche, of U. S. ; 
armonica. (Edition for armonica, 
no. 23) [11382 

© July 24, 1916 ; 2 c. July 26, 1916 ; 
E 38S658; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 



In sunny Spain. See Scenes abroad. 

In Tennessee ; words by E. Perry, 
music by J. E. Andino. of U. S. 

[11383 
© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387485; 
Ed Perry, Ipswich, Mass. 

In the balleoom ; schottische. See 
Choice selections for the banjo. 

In the beight moonlight we'll kiss 
and say goodbye; words and music 
by Bert Rourke. of U. S. [11384 

© July 28, 1916 ; 2 c. July 31, 1916 ; 
E 388797 ; Elite music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

In the city of beoken hearts ; words 
and music by Edgar Allen, of U. S. 

[11385 
© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387929; Maurice Richmond 
music co., inc., New York. 

In the evening by the moonlight 
wheee the susquehanna flows ; 
words by J. H. Deise, music by E. S. 
S. Huntington, of U. S. [11386 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389302; 
T. H. Deise, Newberry, Pa. 

In the fields ; by Owen Cameron, of 
U. S. ; piano. [11387 

© July 22, 1916 ; 2 c. July 21, 1916 ; 
E 388575 ; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

In the gaeden of memoeies ; waltz 
ballad, words by Warren T. De 
Witt, music by Wm. H. Nelson, of 
U. S. [11388 

© Aug. 3. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387622; G. M. Tidd, Lancaster, 
Ohio. 

In the golden days ; reverie, by I. 
Furman Mulliner, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11389 
© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388847 ; United States music pub. 
co., Williamsport, Pa. 

In the hills of old Aekansas with 
my bonnie Lou ; words by W. E. Gib- 
son, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[11390 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390005; 
W. E. Gibson, Argenta, Ark. 

In the houe of teial; sacred song, 
words by J. Montgomery, music bv 
B. M. Gilholy, of England. [11391 
© July 17, 1916; 1 c. July 19, 
1916; E 384729; Barry M. Gilholy, 
Bristol, England. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



In the month of May ; by Franz 
Behr, rev, and ed. with instructions 
as to interpretation and method of 
study, biographical sketch, story 
and glossary by Emerson Whit- 
horne, of U. S. ; piano. ( Selected 
edition, progressive series, no. 102, 
grade 1-a). [11392 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387365; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on 
revisions and annotations.] 

In the puepled shadowed hills of 
Tennessee; words by A. Mac Don- 
ald, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[11393 
© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387484; 
A. Mac Donald, Mill Valley, Cal. 

In the sunlight; by M. O. Ruch, of 

U. S.; piano. [11394 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 9, 

1916 ; E 388908 ; Marcellus O. Ruch, 

Canton, Ohio. 

In the U. S. A. with you; words by 
W. L. Schicke, and W. H. Veno, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[11395 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387574; 
W. L. Schicke and Wm. H. Veno, 
New York. 

In the valley of the past ; words by 
Mrs. A. Ward, music by A. C. 
Buschle, of U. S. Cincinnati Jos. 
Krolage music co. [11396 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 388341; Mrs. Arthur Ward, Cin- 
cinnati. 

In the valley of the pines ; one-step, 
by Arthur J. Daly, played by Pete 
Wendling, assisted by W. E. D. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls B 
15102). [11397 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387752 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

In the Valley of the Shannon ; 
words by J. Brandon Walsh, music 
by Ernie Erdman, of U. S. [11398 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388874; Forster music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 

In the Valley of Yosemite ; word by 

C. J. Crew and Bert Knisely, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [11399 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388313; 

Chas. J. Crew, Checotah, Okl. 



In vale Yosemite; words and music 
by J. B. Rowden, of U. S., arr. by 
Alan Courtney, of New Zealand, 
domiciled at San Francisco. [11400 
© 1 c. July 10, 1916; E 388353; 
Joseph Byrd Rowden, Yosemite, Cal. 

In youe ceinoline you'ee eeally 
chaeming; words by Huntley Tre- 
vor, music by Harry Scott, of Eng- 
land. [11401 
© June 16, 1916; 1 c. June 20, 
1916; E 384533; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

Indian dance; by Homer Grunn, of 

U. S., op. 22, no. 2 ; piano. [11402 

© July 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 

E 388755 ; Southern California music 

co., Los Angeles. 

Indian wae dance: intermezzo, by 
F. W. Ryan, of U. S., op. 100 ; piano. 

[11403 
© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 388812; Frank W. Ryan, St. 
Marys, Kan. 

Indiana; words and music by H. F. 
Kampe, of U. S. [11404 

© 1 c. July 18, 1916; E 387460; 
Henri F. Kampe, New Castle, Ind. 

Innocence ; by J. Rosenfeld, of U. S. ; 

piano. [11405 

© July 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 

E 387912; Julius Rosenfeld, San 

Francisco. 

Inspieation ; hesitation, by L. J. Bot- 
vinick, of U. S., arr. by Chris. Prae- 
torius, of U. S. ; piano. 4to. [11406 
© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387491; Louis J. Botvinick, 
New York. 

Inteemezzo. See Arensky (A.) — Moz- 
art (W. A.)— Petit suite. 

Inteemezzo und baekaeole. See Offen- 
bach (Jacques) 

Inteenational smeae; eccentric rag 
mash by A. Lewis, of U. S. ; cornet. 

[11407 
© 1 c. July 27, 1916; E 3S7816; 
Admire Lewis, Corsicana, Tex. 

Inteeeogacion ; cancion, Bolivian folk 
song, arr. by L. C. Gainsborg, of 
U. S. ; voice and piano. [11408 

© 1 c, Aug. 12, 1916; E 387721; 
Maria Paz Gainsborg and Lolita 
Cabrera Gainsborg, New York. 



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no. 9, 1916 



11426 



Into the sunshine ; words by James 
Russell Lowell, music by Leland 
Clarke, of U. S. 1. Mezzo sop. or 
bar.— 2.. Sop. or ten. [11409 

© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387918; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Invitation (An) ; words by Clinton 
Scollard, music bv Harold Vincent 
Milligan, of U. S." 1. Alto or bar.— 
2. Sop. or ten. 3 songs. [11410 

© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916 ; E 387922 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Iowa, sweet Iowa; words by Thomas 
Louden, music by Daniel Protheroe, 
of IT. S. Chicago, Gamble hinged 
music co. [11411 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916; E 388953; Thomas Louden, 
Fairfield, la. 

Ieeland. See Johnson (P. M. B.). 
Four characteristic sonatinas. 

Ieeland must be heaven foe my 
mothee came feom theee ; waltz, 
intro. Killarney, by Fred Fischer, of 
U. S., arr. by Wm. Schulz, of U. S. ; 
orch. Feist ed. 4to. [11412 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387833 ; Leo. Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Ieish (An) ballad; by Frank L. 
Sealy, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 

[11413 

© June 22. 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388227 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Ieish (The) laddies to the wae 
have gone; words and music by F. 
O. Madden, arr. by Jules Brazil, of 
Great Britain. [11414 

© July 20, 1916; 1 c. Julv 24, 
1916; E 384752; Frank O. Madden, 
Toronto. 

Ieeesistible : waltz, by Frank W. Mc 
Kee, of U. S. ; piano. [11415 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2. 1916 ; 
E 388806 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. 

Is the sky the angels'-gaeden ? 
words by Ethel M. Holmes, music 
by P. B. Story, of U. S. [11416 

© June 9, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916 ; E 387376 ; Jos. Krolage music 
co., Cincinnati. 



Is the woeld bettee? words and mu- 
sic by F. E. Oliver, of U. S. [11417 
© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 390233; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Is theee a smile in youe voice? 

words by M. D. Ringsmith, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [11418 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387472; 

Mary D. Ringsmith, Morenci, Ariz. 

Isa-walzee; lachen zu machen, aus 
der operette, Der dumme August, 
musik von Rud. Gfaller, of Ger- 
many ; klavier zu 2 handen. [11419 
© Jan 18, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381380 ; Otto Dietrich, Leip- 
zig. 

Island (The) of divoece ; words and 
music by L. C. Wilson, of U. S. 

[11420 
© May 18, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916; E 389323; Lotta Curtis Wil- 
son, Drake, N. D. 

Island of some yesteeday ; words and 
music by L. B. Bradley, of U. S. 

[11421 
© 1 c. July 29, 1916; E 388972; 
Lester B. Bradley, McCoy, Or. 

Isle (The) of Palms; a tropical in- 
terlude, by G. E. Holmes, of U. S. ; 
piano. [11422 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389207; C. L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa, Iowa. 

It euined Maec Anthony; from Ca- 
nary cottage, words and music by 
Earl Carroll, of U. S. [11423 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916 ; E 388483 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

It's a gift; words and music by R. 
Earle, of U. S. [11424 

© 1 c. July 27, 1916; E 387499; 
Ralph Earle, Brooklyn. 

It's a long way to Mexico ; words by 

E. J. Leiby, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [11425 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388543; 

Earl J. Leiby, Berwick, Pa. 

It's Amebic a fiest ; words and music 
by G. G. Wright, of U. S., arr. by 
H. O. Wheeler, of U. S. [11426 

© June 15, 1916; 2 c. June 19, 
1916 ; E 387267 ; G. Goodson Wright. 
Kansas City, Mo. 



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It's the giel that you see at the 

pictuke show ; words and music by 

R. E. Barber, of U. S. [11427 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; E 387478 ; 

Ray E. Barber, Wapakoneta, O. 

It's the sweetest spot in heaven, my 
deae old Ireland; words by J. Cal- 
vin, music by Jack Rich, of U. S. 

[11428 

© Aug. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1916 ; 

E 387914; James Calvin, Cleveland. 

It's your mother and no other that 
will care for you; words by J. J. 
Gallagher, music by Richard Con- 
don, of U. S. [11429 
© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E. 388547; 
J. J. Gallagher, San Francisco. 

Same. [11430 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 387995; 
J. J. Gallagher, San Francisco. 

It seems more like yesterday ; words 
by Jeff Branen, music by Arthur 
Lange and Mary Taylor, of U. S. 

[11431 
© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916; E 387524; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

It took a small town girl like you 
to make a big town lonesome to 
me ; words by David Berg and Stan- 
ley Murphy, music by Harry Puck, 
of U. S. [11432 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 387431; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

It was not in the winter; words by 
Thomas Hood, music by A. Buzzi- 
Peccia, of Italy, domiciled at New 
York; high or medium voice. Two 
songs. [11433 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388838; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Italian. See Street sketches. 

Italian peasant dance; by Clement 
Scott, of Australia; piano solo. 

[11434 
© July 17, 1916; 1 c. July 19. 
1916 ; E 384728 ; W. H. Paling & co. r 
ltd., Sydney, Australia. 

Italy, my Italy; words by Geo. A. 

Isbell, music by Homer Tourjee, of 

U. S. [11435 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387603; 

Arthur Payne, Los Angeles. 



Itching heels ; intermezzo by Marie 
Louise Sarpy, of Great Britain, arr. 
by Adolf Lotter, of Great Britain; 
full orchestra, with harmonium and 
piano conductor. 4to. (Kursaal 
ed.. no. 80.) [11436 

© July 12, 1916; 1 c. Julv 21, 
1916 E 384744 ; J. R. Lafieur & son, 
London. 

Ivy-grown (The) cottage; words by 
Helen Taylor, music by Stanley 
Dickson, of England; 1. No. 1 in B 
flat. 2. No. 3 in E flat. 

[11437, 11438 
© May 2, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 1, 
1916; E 384584, 384585; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

Ja. den cognac trink' ich halt gern ; 
marschlied aus der operette, Das 
lumperl, text von Victor Leon, musik 
von Robert Stolz, of Austria, gesang 
unci piano. [11439 

© Mar. 16, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381159; W. Karczag, 
Yienna. 

Jack o'lantern. See Children's (The) 
hour. 

Jagdscene (La chasse) ; by Franz 
Behr, op. 632, no. 3, rev. and fingered 
by Carl Bonner, of U. S. ; piano. 
Boston, New York, Evans music co. 

[11440 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 

E 388871; W, A. Evans, Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on revision 

and fingering.] 

Janitor in the harem ; Danny 
O'Shea, words and music by J. A. 
Brazeil, of U. S. [11441 

© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916; E 387541; James A. Brazeil, 
Springfield, Mass. 

Jed's wasserl auf erden ; lied aus der 
operette, Die wehrpflichtige braut, 
text von Gustav Quedenfeldt u. 
Philipp Weichand, musik von Franz 
Werther, of Germany. [11442 

© Oct. 19, 1914 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381198; Rubinverlag (M. & W. 
Kohler), Munich. 

Jesus calls His little ones ; words 
by Mrs. Francis Pond, music by Nor- 
man M. Mattice, of U. S. [11443 
© July 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 387677; Trustees of the Presby- 
terian board of publication and Sab- 
bath school work, Philadelphia. 



752 



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no. 9, 1916 



11459 



Jesus has shown the way ; words by 
Fred Sloop, jr., and F. E. Oliver, 
music by Fred Sloop, jr., of U. S. 

[11444 
© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1916 ; 
E 390223 ; French E. Oliver, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Jesus, Saviour ; words by I. F. Leyda, 
music by Helen M. Browne, of U. S. 

[11445 
© Aug. 8. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 
E 389021 ; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 

Jesus, the children are calling; 
hymn, music by Norman M. Mattice. 
of U. S. . [11446 

© July 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 387678; Trustees of the Presby- 
terian board of publication and Sab- 
bath school work, Philadelphia. 

Jesus, the very thought of Thee; 
sacred cluet, music by Robert Samuel 
Flagler, of U. S. ; sop. and ten., organ 
ace. [11447 

© Aug. 9. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1916 ; 
E 387702; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Jesus will keep you ; words and music 

by H. L. Goodwin, of U. S. [11448 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 

E 388888 ; Herbert Le Roy Goodwin, 

Mannsville, N. Y. 

Jetzt, jetzt, jetzt, jetzt ODER nie ; 
walzerlied aus der operette, Die oder 
keine. musik von Edm. Eysler, arr. 
von Martin Uhl, of Austria; salon- 
orchester. [11449 

© Oct. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380835; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky), Leipzig. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

• text von Leo Stein u. Bela 



Jenbach, musik von Edmund Eysler, 
of Austria ; gesang und piano. 

[11450 
© Oct. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380709; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 

Jetzt muss ich in den krieg marsch- 
ieren. SeeUnger (Hermann) Sieben 
soldatenlieder. 



Jewels of the Madonna; intermezzo 
no. 1, by Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, 
played by Howard Brockway. of 
U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls. J 14414) [11.451 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15. 
1916 ; E 387793 ; American piano co.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation] 

753 



Jewels of the Madonna — Continued. 

intermezzo no. 2, by Ermanno 

Wolf -Ferrari, played by Howard 
Brockway, of U. S. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls J 14964) [11452 
© May 20, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1916 ; 
E 387796 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

John Henry; words by A. Barnett, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [11453 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388303; 
Archie Barnett, Lake Louise, Alta, 
Canada. 

Johnnie O'Hare from Clare; words 
and music by M. Hamilton, of U. S. 
Boston, Highland pub. co. [11454 
© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388799; M. Hamilton, Bos- 
ton. 

Johnson (Phoebe M. B.) Four 
characteristic sonatinas ; by P. M. B. 
Johnson, of Great Britain; piano. 
Contents : — 1. England. — 2. Ire- 
land. — 3. Scotland. — 4. Wales. 

[11455 
© June 23. 1916; 1 c. July 11, 
1916 ; E 380821 ; A. Hammond & CO., 
London. 

Jolly boys' march ; by C. C. Cram- 
mond, of U. S., op. 54; piano. Bos- 
ton, Evans music co. [11456 
© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388676; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Jouet (Le) ; humoresque by J. Bur- 
nell, of England; piano. [11457 

© July 3, 1916 ; 1 c. July 26, 1916 ; 
E 384764 ; Bosworth & co., London. 

Joy ! brotlieks, joy ! words and music 
by Arthur Farwell, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. (Svo. choruses no. 6562.) 

[11458 
© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 25, 
1916; E 387462; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



Judge's dance. 
folk-song. 



See Cycle of Swedish 



Jumping the rope; by N. Louise 
Wright, of U. S., op. 24. no. 4 ; piano. 
(Six little pieces, no. 4.) [11459 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E3S8298; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 



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Jung muss man sein ; marsch aus cler 
gleichnamigen operette, text von Leo 
Leipziger u. Erich Urban, musik 
von Gilbert, of Germany. 1. Klavier 
mit text. 2. Orchester mit piano- 
direktion, arr. v. H. Bltithgen. of 
Germany. 4to. [11460, 11461 

© Aug. 27, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 15, 
1916; E 380950, 3809,52; Louis Oer- 
tel, Hannover, Germany. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Junge maderln-junge heee'x ; lied 
aus der operette, Das lumperl, text 
von Victor Leon, musik von Robert 
Stolz, of Austria. [11462 

© Mar. 16. 1916; 1 c. July 29. 
1916; E 381250; W. Karczag, 
Vienna. 

Jungenschlacht ; text aus Daheim, 
musik von Walther Moldenhauer. of 
Germany ; dreistimmigen knaben- 
chor ; partitur. 4to. [11463 

© Dec. 30. 1915 ; 1 c. Apr. 4. 1916 ; 
E 384500; Harmonie-Verlag. Berlin. 

Just a little song at twilight, who 
do you sinq it to now ; words and 
music by Richard Howard, of U. S. 

[11464 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388505; Daly, music pub- 
lisher, inc. 

Just a pebbly brook within the 
shade; words by K. M. Durham, 
music by Ed. Wills, of U. S. 

[11465 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388555; Kathleen MacNeal 
Durham, Portland, Or. 

Just a word of sympathy ; lyric by 
Gustave Kahn, music by Egbert Van 
Alstyne, of U. S. [11466 

© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 8. 1916 ; 
E 387687 ; Jerome H. Remick & co.. 
New York. 

Just as I am ; words by Charlotte 
Elliott, music by Anna Priscilla 
Risher, of U. S. ; in F and in D 
flat. [11467 

© July 19, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 19, 
1916; E 387411; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Just dreaming of you; by Fred Helt- 
man and A, H. Eastman, of U. S. ; 
orch. 4to. 1. In E flat.— 2. In B 
flat.— 3. In D flat. [11468-11470 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. each July 
27, 1916; E . 388713-388715 ; Fred 
Heltman co., Cleveland. 



Just leave it to me; words by E. 

Lutz, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [11471 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387639; 

Edward Lutz, W. Philadelphia, Pa. 

words by F. Williams, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[11472 
© 1 c. Aug. 5. 1916; E 387643; 
Fred. Williams, Pittsburgh. 

Just to pass the hours away ; words 
by L. Rankin, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [11473 
© 1 c. July 28. 1916; E 388725; 
Lorena Rankin, Washington. 

Kaiser, dich lieben wir ; deutsches 
lied, text von Gabriele v. Rochow, 
musik von Gustav Lazarus, of Ger- 
many ; gesang und klavier. 

[11474 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1916 ; 

E384501 ; Harmonie-verlag, Berlin. 

Kaiserin (Die) ; grosses potpourri, 
aus der operette Die kaiserin 
(Furstenliebe) text nach Franz von 
Schonthau, von Julius Brammer 
unci Alfred Grunwald, musik von 
Leo Fall, arr. von Gustav Blasser, 
of Austria ; klavier mit iiberl. text. 

[11475 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 

1916; E 381178; Eibenschutz & 

Berte, Vienna. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

Kaiserin- w alzer ; aus der operette 
Die kaiserin, (Furstenliebe), musik 
von Leo Fall, of Austria, fur klavier. 

[11476 
© Oct. 22, 1915 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381437; Eibenschutz & Berte, Vi- 
enna. 

nach motiven der operette, Die 

kaiserin, musik von Leo Fall. 1. 
Salonor Chester, arr. von Hans Schott, 
of Austria. 2. Grosses orchester, 
arr. von Adolf Ischpold, of Austria. 
[11477, 11478 
© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916 ; E 381169, 381171, Eibenschutz 
& Berte, Vienna. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangements.] 
Kaiserin ( Die ) will tanzen ; walzer 
nach motiven des operetten-idylles, 
auf befehl der kaiserin, von Bruno 
Granichstaeclten, arr. v. Martin Uhl, 
of Austria; wiener quartett; vio- 
linen, guitarre, u. akkordeon. 4to. 

[11479 
© May 7, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916; 
E 380962; W. Karczag, Vienna. 



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11499 



Kantata ; words and music by Antoni 
Mallek, of U. S., English words by 
Charles L. O'Donnell ; mixed voices. 

[11480 

© July 28, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 

1916 ; E 388762 ; A. Maliek, Chicago. 

Keep Thou the door of my lips ; 

words by Erne C. Hill, music by 

Helen M. Browne, of U. S. [11481 

© Aug. 8. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 

E 389019; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 

Key for begin nee s on the violin ; a 
unique and indispensable guide by 
A. F. Ischinger, of U. S., op. 22. 

[11482 
© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 22, 
1916 ; E 387443 ; August F. Ischinger, 
Pittsburgh. 

Key (The) to her heart; words by 
N. Stawicke. music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [11483 
© 1 c. Sept. 1. 1916; E 389310; 
Nellie Stawicke, Bloomfield, N. J. 

Khaki (The) boys; words and music 
by L. McHenry, of U. S. [11484 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1916; E 387932; 
Mrs. L. McHenry, El Paso. 

Kilima waltz; Hawaiian waltz, by 
Keoki E. Awai, arr. by Geo. P. How- 
ard, of U. S. ; instrumental. [11485 
© Aua:. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388876 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 
Francisco. 

Kind, ich bin so mttsikalisch ; lied 
aus der operette, Die winzerbraut, 
musik von. Oskar Nedbal. 1. Salon- 
orchester, arr. von Martin Uhl, of 
Austria. 2. Grosses orchester, arr. 
von B. Bersa, of Austria. 

[11486, 11487 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916 ; E 381401, 381402 ; Ludwig Dob- 
linger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements.] 

text von Leo Stein und Julius 

Wilhelm. mnsik von Oskar Nedbal, 
of Austria ; gesang u. piano. [11488 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381415; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 

Kind remembrance; words by M. G. 

Ogan, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [11489 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388319; 

M. G. Ogan, Holly, Col. 



King of ocean ; war 1914, words and 
music by H. A. Larson, of U. S. ; 
violin with text. [11490 

© 1 c. June 3, 1916; E 388411; 
Hans August Larson, Aspelin, Minn. 

King (The) triumphant; words 
from Psalm 21, music by J. B. Her- 
bert, of U. S. 8vo. [11491 

© Aug. 17. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 387822; United Presbyte- 
rian board of publication, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Kipling (The) walk; from The 
Bing boys are here, words by Clif- 
ford Grey, music by Nat. D. Ayer, 
of U. S. [11492 



© June 
1916; E 388128 
London. 



1916; 2 c. June 27, 
B. Feldman & co., 



Kiss me again. See Herbert (Victor) 
favorites. 

Kissing time ; words by Eugene Field, 
music by Arthur H. Gutman, of. 
U. S. [11493 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388650; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Kitamaatus ; march and two step, by 
A. H. Hoelscher, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11494 

© 1 c. July 29, 1916; E 387552; 
Albert H. Hoelscher, Kitamaat, Can. 

Kitchener; words by C. E. Selwyn, 
music by Arthur A. Penn, of U. S. 

[11495 

© July 24. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 388816; Cecil E. Selwyn, Winni- 
peg, Manitoba. 

Klage; von Paul Hassenstein, of Ger- 
many ; normal-harmonium solo. 

[11496 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380978 ; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 

Klavier-quintett ; von Carl Gold- 
mark, of Austria, op. 54 ; 1. 2 vio- 
linen, viola, violoncell u. klavier 
taschenpartitur. 2. Klavier zu 4 
handen, arr. von Jan. Brandts-Buys. 
3. Partitur und stimmen. 

[11497-11499 

© Mar. 1. 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916 ; E 381143-381145 ; Josef Wein- 
berger, Leipzig. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 



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11500 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Komm', die kaiserin will tanzen ; 
walzer-scene, aus deni operetten 
idyll, auf befehl cler kaiser in, text 
v. Leopold Jacobson und Robert 
Bodanzky, musik von Bruno Gran- 
ichstaedten, of Austria; gesang 
und piano. [11500 

© May 7, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380953; W. Karczag, 
Vienna. 

I£ommt, madchen. See Tschaikow- 
sky (P. I.) 

Kompositionen, heft 2; von Hans 
Sitt, of Germany, op. 120, fur vio- 
line und klavier. Contents : — 4. 
Valse lente. — 5. Impromptu. — 6. Ro- 
manze. [11501 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 1 c. July- 15, 
1916; E 381033; Otto Junne, Leip- 
zig. 

Kretjzlein ( Das ) im winde ; solda- 
tengrab, text von Fritz Loffler, mu- 
sik von Hermann Sonnet, of Ger- 
many, op. 199 ; mannerchor ; parti- 
tur. 4to. [11502 

© Oct. 19, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380957; Hans Kessler, 
Trier, Germany. 

Kriegslied; text von Emanuel Geibel, 
musik von Johann Valentin Andrea, 
of Germany ; fur vierstimmigen 
mannerchor ; partitur. 4to. 

[11503 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381327; Breitkopf & Har- 
tel, New York. 

Eeonmykth (L. Gunther von) 3 lie- 
der ; text und musik von L. Giin- 
ther von Kronmyrth, op. 5, no. 1-3 ; 
fur mittlere stimme mit klavier- 
begl. Contents : — 1. Wenn die rosen 
wieder fliih'n. — 2. Die sicilianerin. — 
3. Waldgeheimnis. [11504 

© Aug. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381015; Schuberthaus-ver- 
lag, Vienna. 

Kusse im dunkeln ; duett aus der 
operette, Die erste frau, musik von 
Heinrich Reinhardt, arr. von Hans 
Schott. of Austria. 1. Salonquar- 
tett (2 violinen, cello u. klavier). 
2. Salonorchester. [11505,11506 

© Oct. 22, 1915; 1 c. each July 
29, 1916; E 381259, 381262; Eiben- 
schutz & Berte, Vienna. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangements.] 



Kuss (Der) (Kyssen) ; deutsche 
nachdichtung von Alfr. Jul. Borut- 
tau [with transl. in Finnish] Viktor 
Rydberg, musik von Jean Sibelius, 
op. 72, no. 3, bearb. von A. Klein- 
ecke, of Germany ; hohe stimme und 
piano. [11507 

© Jan. 8, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381319; Breitkopf & Har- 
tel, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Kut-up (The) kids; trombone smear 
by A. Lewis, of U. S. ; cornet. 

[11508 
© 1 c. July 27, 1916; E 387817; 
Admire Lewis, Corsicana, Tex. 

Lachen zu machen. See Isa-walzer. 

Lad (A) in a prisoner's cage; words 

by L. K. Jackson, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [11509 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388530; 

L. K. Jackson, Louisville. 

Ladder (The) of roses; from Hip, 
hip, hooray, by Raymond Hubbell, 
played by Al Sterling, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls B 
13722.) [11510 

© Dec. 20, 1915; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387742 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Landliche serenade an die Madonna. 
See Berloiz (H. L.) 

Lament (A) See Reynolds (M. D.) 
Two songs. 

Land (The) at the back of the 
moon ; words by • Jerome Chester, 
music by Herbert Oliver, of Great 
Britain ; no. 2 in F. [11511 

© July 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 11, 1916 ; 
E 380818; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

Land (The) of illusion; three-part 
song, words from the Danish of Hol- 
ger Drachman by Nathan Haskell 
Dole, of U. S., music by Christian 
Sinding; women's voices. 4to. 
(Quartets and choruses for women's 
voices, series 7, no. 1188.) [11512 
© Aug. 17, 1916: 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387901; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
English translation. 

Land (The) of joys; words by Ruth 
Rutherford, music by Lionel Elliott, 
of Great Britain. [11513 

© June 8, 1916; 1 c. June 24, 
1916; E 384542; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 



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11531 



Lakry Allen ; words and music by H. 
S. Church, of U. S. [11514 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1916; E. 387615; 
Harry Shaw Church, McGill, New 

Last (The) parting; words and mu- 
sic by E. M. Davis, of U. S. Hanni- 
bal, Mo., Davis studio publishers. 

[11515 
© July 25, 1916 ; 2 c July 26, 1916 ; 
E 388667 ; Eleanor M. Davis, Hanni- 
bal, Mo. 

Laugh a little ; words by N. B. Kins- 
ley, music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [11516 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389318; 
Nora B. Kinsley, Sheridan, Wy. 

Laughter and play ; by E. O. Schaaf , 

of U. S., op. 3, no. 20. [11517 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390011; 

Edward Oswald Schaaf, Newark. 

N. J. 

Laymen's federation song ; words 
and music by J. G. Baskett, of U. S. 
Published by the Laymen's federa* 
tion of the Indiana conference of the 
Methodist Protestant church. 4to. 

[11518 
© Aug. 7. 191.6 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388842 ; Joseph G. Baskett, Jones- 
boro, Ind. 

Lead kindly light; words by J. H. 
Newman, music by C. W. Murnhey, 
of U. S. [11519 

© July 7, 1916 ; 2 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 388458; Clarence Wainwright 
Murphey, Salisbury, N. C. 

Lead us safely home to Thee. See 
Briggs (C. S.). Six responses. 

Learning to dance; by Benjamin 
Frederick Rungee, of U. S. ; piano, 
four hands. [11520 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 388737; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Legend ; by Rene L. Becker, of U. S. ; 

organ. (Organ series 2.) [11521 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 

1916; E 387906; Boston music co., 

Boston. 

Legend (The) of Winona; a melo- 
drama founded on Winona's dirge 
by James Ahearn Jones, music by 
J. Mokrejs, of U. S. New York, 
Cedar Rapids, la., Odowan publish- 
ing co. [11522 
© July 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916 ; E 388949 ; John Mokrejs, New 
York. 



Legende Creole; habanera, par S. 
Chapelier, of France ; orchestra, 4to. 

[11523 
© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381095 ; S. Chapelier, Paris. 

Leiden. See Ertel (Paul) Funf 
Stiicke. 

Leilehua ; arr. by Dave Langlands, of 
U. S. ; key of D or 2 sharps ; ukulele. 
4to. [11524 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916 ; E 383864 ; Southern California 
music co., Los Angeles. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement in chart 
form.] 

Leman ; marche mosane par J. Dari- 
mont, of France ; piano seul. Paris, 
F. Durdilly, Ch. Hayet successeur. 

[11525 
© Mar. 28, 1916; 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1916; E 384305; Jean Darimont, 
Paris. 

Lessons. See School-day miniatures. 

Lestina ; waltzes ; by Norman Law- 
rence, of U. S., arr. by Eugene 
Platzmann, of U. S. ; piano. [11526 
© 1 c. July 10, 1916; E 388346; 
N. L. Pollard, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Let Cupid in ; from The passing show 
of 1916, lyrics by Harold Atteridge, 
music by Otto Motzan, of Austria, 
domiciled at New York. [11527 

© June 29, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388229; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Let it be now; words by Stanley J. 
Henry, arr. by F. E. O., music by 
F. E. Oliver, of U. S. [11528 

© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 390224; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Let's go; words and music by Billy 
Kent, of U. S., arr. by Edward E. 
Menges, of U. S. [11529 

© June 29, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388222; Thurles music pub. co., 
St. Louis. 

Let's go back to by-gone days ; words 
and music by Allen Spur, of U. S. 

[11530 
© June 3, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388258 ; Seidel music pub. co., inc., 
Indianapolis. 

Let your country's flag be your 
guiding star; words and music by 
H. F. Wright, of U. S. [11531 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916; E 388438; H. Fuller Wright, 
Philadelphia. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Let youe mamma be my mamma too ; 

words and music by J. Metcalfe, sr., 

of U. S. [11532 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387576; 

John Metcalfe, sr., California, Pa. 

Leuchtkafeechen. See Gedichte von 
Ernst Gall. 

Licht in dee nacht. See Schindler- 
Mahler (Alma Maria) Vier lieder. 

Liebchen ; cutie, European novelty 
one-step, by Otto Motzan, of Hun- 
gary, domiciled at New York, [arr. 
by Eugene Platzmann, of U. S. ; 
piano. [11533 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1916; E 387958; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., New York. 

Liebchen, denkst du noch daean ; 
walzerlied aus der operette, Die 
schone Schwedin, text v. Julius 
Brammer und Alfred Griinwald, mu- 
sik von Robert Winterberg, of Ger- 
many. [11534 
© Mar. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381158; W. Karczag, Vi- 
enna. 

Liebee, gutee Theddy-bae ; tanzlied 
aus der operette, Der sterngucker, 
musik von Franz Lehar ; orchester. 
4to. [11535 

© Mar. 16, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381256 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 

Liebee kleinee wtjestelmann ; walzer- 
lied aus der operette, Die winzer- 
braut, text von Leo Stein und Julius 
Welhelm, musik von Oskar Nedbal, 
of Austria ; gesang u. piano. [11536 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381412; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky, Leipzig. 

Liebes schichsalsblumlein speich. 
See Schubert (F. P.) 

Lied aus Wien. See Schubert (F. P.) 

Lied des hietenknaben. See Wagner 
(Richard) 

Lied vom deeimadeblhaus. See Schu- 
bert (F. P.) 

Liedee zue latjte; 50 beliebtesten 
volks-und kunstlieder, gesetzt von 
Carl Blume, of Germany, fur eine 
mittlere singstimme mit begleitung 
der laute. 1. Band 2, nos. 1-25. 
2. Band 1, nos. 1-25. [11537, 11538 
© Dec. 24. 1915 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381147, 381148; P. J. Ton- 
gar, Cologne a/Rh, Germany. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 



Life; words by Anna L. Barbauld, 
music by Louis A. Reilly, of U. S. ; 
medium voice. [11539 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388852; Alden music pub. co., 
Denver. 

Life's ebb tide; words by Dorothy 
Coote, music by Gerald O'Gorman, 
of Great Britain. [11540 

© July 17, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916; E 384739; Charles Sheard & 
co., London. 

Lift up youe heads ; anthem, by John 
L. Hopkins, ed. by Walter II. Aiken, 
of U. S. 4to. (Willis collection no. 
173.) [11541 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387332; W T illis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement for school use.] 

Light aftee daekness ; sacred song, 
words by Frances Ridley Havergal, 
music by Caleb Simper, of Great 
Britain; no. 2 in A flat. [11542 

© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 19, 
1916 ; E 384719 ; Weekes & co., Lon- 
don. 

Light of heaet; by Georg Eggeling, 
of Germany, op. 185, no. 11; piano. 
(Grace and rapidity) [11543 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381503; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Like a ship that deifted away; 
words by Arthur J. Lamb, music by 
F. V. Bowers, of U. S. New York, 
Frederick V. Bowers, inc. pub. co. 

[11544 
© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387669 ; Frederick V. Bowers, New 
York. 

Lilac (The) houe; words by Bea- 
trice Irwin, music by Axel Raoul 
Wachtmeister, of Sweden, domiciled 
at Seal Harbor, Me. Three songs. 

[11545 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 387968; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Lily (The) of Shaeon ; words by G. 
Benedict, music from a traditional 
Hebrew melody, arr. by W. H. 
Baker, of U. S. [11546 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388660; George Benedict 
and W.' Henry Baker, N. Richmond, 
Va. 



758 



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no. 9, 1916 



11562 



Linger 'bound the shore; words by 

T. S. Wallis, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. , [11547 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388315; 

T. S. Wallis, Stockton, Cal. 

Listen to this ; one step, by Mel. B. 
Kaufman, of U. S., arr. by J. S. 
Zamecnik, of U. S. ; arch. 4to. 

[11548 
© July 3, 1916 ; 2 c. July 10, 1916 ; 
E 388586; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 



piano. 



[11549 



© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
1916; E 390095; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 

Liszt (Franz) Consolation; by 
Liszt, played by Victor Wittgenstein 
of U. S. ; no. 3 in D flat. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls H 15044) 

[11550 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1916; E 387783; American piano 

co., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on interpretation.] 

Etude de concert, no. 2; by F. 

Liszt, played by Leopold Godowsky, 
of U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls N 14184) [11551 

© Feb. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387792 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Fantaisie sur I puritani; polacca 

by Liszt, op. 7, played by Marguer- 
ite Volavy, of Austria. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls J 14725) [11552 
© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 384868; American piano 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 

Harmonies du soir (Evening har- 
monies) ; by Liszt, played by Arthur 
Friedheim, of Germany ; in D flat 
major. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls Q 13536) [11553 
© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384864 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

LlTANEI AUE DIE GEEALLENEN KRIEGER. 

See Schubert (F. P.) 

Litany (The) ; set to devotional mu- 
sic, by J. W. F. Warren and S. W. 
Heppenstall, of England. London, 
Stainer & Bell, ltd. [11554 

© July 13, 1916; 1 c. July 31, 
1916; E 381128; J. W. F. Warren, 
Market Harborough, England. 



Little bird's dance ; by H. M. Jacquet, 
of France ; piano. [11555 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 381C10 ; 
H. Maurice Jacquet, Paris. 

Little (A) bit o' lovin', makes the 
world worth while; words and 
music by Louis Weslyn, of U. S. 

[11556 
© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 28. 
1916 ; E 388747 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Little blue pigeon. See Children's 
(The) hour. 

Little Bo Peep ; words and melody by 
Charles C. Miles, of U. S. (Post 
card ser.) [11557 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388894; C. C. Miles, May- 
wood, 111. 

Little boy blue. See Fairy tales. 

Little boy's dance; by N. Louise 
Wright, of U. S., op. 24, no. 3 ; piano. 
(Six little pieces, no. 3.) [11558 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 388297; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Little (The) cloud; words by I. F. 
Leyda, of U. S., music by Franz 
Kretchmer. [11559 

© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 
E 389028; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 
[Copyright is claimed on the words.] 

Little (A) dance; by Carl Reinecke, 
rev. and ed. with instructions as to 
interpretation and method of study, 
biographical sketch, story and glos- 
sary by Emerson Whithorne, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Selected edition, pro- 
gressive series, no. 228, grade 1-b.) 

[11560 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387355; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Little Dorcas. See Choice selections 
for the banjo. 

Little dream ; three step, by F. M. 
Compton, of U. S. ; piano. ( Instruc- 
tive pieces, no. 3.) [11561 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387623; F. M. Compton, Phila- 
delphia. 

Little elower pieces ; by R. J. 
Pitcher, of Great Britain; piano. 
Contents: 1. The primrose. — 2. The 
daffodil. — 3. The daisy. — 4. The vio- 
let. [11562 
© July 4, 1916 ; 1 c. July 20, 1916 ; 
E 384723; Alfred Lengnick & co., 
London. 



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11563 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Little giklie-gibl ; words by James 
Whitcomb Riley, music by E. J. 
Cotton, of U. S., arr. by Barclay 
Walker, of U. S. [11563 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916 ; E 388557 ; Elizabeth J. Cotton, 
Indianapolis. 

Little hush song; words anonymous, 
music by Norman G. Notley, of Can- 
ada. [11564 
© July 25. 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 384760; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Little jumping- jack. See At the toy- 
shop. 

Little maid, peetty maid; by Alice 
Bennett Wing, of U. S. ; piano. {In 
Out of doors, Summy edition, no. 
73.) [11565 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 3. 
1916; E 388207; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Little (The) peincess ; by Benjamin 
Frederick Rungee, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11566 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 387533; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. • 

Little southeen ; waltz, by F. M. 
Compton, of U. S. ; piano. (Instruc- 
tive pieces, no. 2.) [11567 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387624; F. M. Compton, Phila- 
delphia. 

Little stars of heaven ; words by 

M. McD. Cobb, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [11568 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387569; 

M. McD. Cobb, Wilson, N. C. 

Little tease; waltz by George Spen- 
ser, of U. S. ; piano. [11569 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388978; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Lone (The) Stae blues; the synco- 
pated blues, by Paul Durst, of U. S. ; 
piano. [11570 

© July 24, 1916 ; 2 c. July 26, 1916 ; 
E 388643 ; Thos. Goggan & bro., Gal- 
veston, Tex.' 

Lonesome; reverie by A. Lewis, of 
U. S. ; cornet in F minor. [11571 

© 1 c. July 27, 1916; E 387818; 
Admire Lewis, Corsicana, Tex. 

Lonesome (The) blues; words by G. 
Square, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [11572 
^© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E- 388545; 
George Square, Laurel, Miss. 



Long distance love ; words by L. 

Sticht, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [11573 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; E 387651 ; L. 

Sticht, Buffalo. 

Long live the ladies ; fox trot, by Geo. 
W. Meyer, of U. S., played by Pete 
Wendling, of U. S. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls, B 14662) [11574 
© Apr. 20, 1916 ; 2 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 388406 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Longing foe home ; words by W. H. W. 
Jenkins, music by John Weaver, of 
U. S. [11575 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 
E 390080; William Henry Washing- 
ton Jenkins, Portsmouth, O. 

Longing to be in Coloeado ; words and 
music by R. Fraker Murphy, of U. S. 

[11576 
© 1 c. July 13, 1916; E 387286; 
Roxy F. Murphy, Aurora, Col. 

Lontan dal coee ; versi cli Carlo De 
Flaviis, musica di P. E. Fonzo, of 
Italy ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 

[11577 
© Dec. 28, 1915 ; 2 c. July 17, 1916 ; 
E 384708; Italian book co., New 
York. 

LOED AS WE BOW BEFOEE THEE. See 

Briggs (C. S.) Six responses. 

Loed, I foegot; words arr. by F. E. 
Oliver, music by Alvin W. Roper, of 
U. S. [11578 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1916 ; 
E 390235 ; French E. Oliver, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Loed ( The ) is my steength ; anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by 
James H. Rogers, of U. S., mixed 
voices with organ ace. 4to. (An- 
thems for mixed voices no. 12917.) 

[11579 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 18, 1916 ; 

E 387395 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Loed of all being; anthem, words by 
Oliver Wendell Holmes, music by 
Mark Andrews, of U. S. ; bass solo 
and quartet or chorus. 4to. 
(Church music review, no. 424.) 

[11580 
© June 27, 1916: 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 386939; H. W. Gray co., 
New York- 



760 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9, 1916 



11599 



Loed (The) eeigneth ; words from 
Psalm XCIII, music by Charles B. 
Blount, of U. S. ; mixed voices, 4to. 
(Anthems for mixed voices, no. 
10819) [11581 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 3S7079; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Loeeaine; march majestic, by Jean 
Augarde, of England ; piano. 

[11582 
© May 16, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1916 ; E 381611 ; Ryalls & Jones, ltd., 
Birkenhead, England. 

Los Angeles waltz; by S. Seiler, of 
U. S. piano. [11583 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26. 
1916; E 388648; S. Seiler, Los An- 
geles. 

Lost (The) gaetee; words and music 
by F. Pacheco, of U. S. [11584 

© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1916; E 387704; 
Fred Pacheco, Brooklyn. 

Louise; intro. Lulu is our darling 
pride, by George Spenser, of U. S. ; 
piano with words ad lib. [11585 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388980; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Love and echoes ; words by S. L. Mc- 
Millan, music by Lillian Sophia 
Adams, of Canada. [11586 

© 1 c. June 23, 1916; E 388460; 
Sophia Louise McMillan and Lillian 
Adams, Winnipeg, Canada. 

Love and you; words by Sidney Car- 
ter, music by Eva Applefield, of U. 
S. San Francisco, Charles N. 
Daniels. [11587 

© June 28, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 388632; Applefield sheet music 
co., Oakland, Cal. 

Love at twilight; nocturne by Guil- 
baut Maquet, ed. and arr. by 
Thomas a' Becket, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11588 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387098; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and arrangement.] 

Love (The) I give to you; words by 
Chas. Noel Douglas, music by Al H. 
Wilson, of U. S. New York, Ellis & 
Wilson music co. [11589 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1916 ; E 387950 ; Ellis & Wilson, New 
York. 

Love is best or all. See Herbert 
( Victor ) favorites. 

7 



Love is the golden key; words and 
music by Sylvia Mortlake, of Eng- 
land. [11590 
© June 16, 1916; 1 c. June 20, 
1916; E 384534; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

Love me at twilight; from Step this 
way, by Bert Grant, played by Pete 
Wendling, of U. S. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls C 15162) [11591 
© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387769 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Love me teuly; by Walter Alexander, 

of U. S., arr. by William C. Polla, 

of U. S. ; piano. [11592 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387467; 

Karczag pub. co., New York. 

Love song; a phantasy, words by Ed- 
mund Leamy, music by Stanley F. 
Widener, of U. S. [11593 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387104; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Love will light the way; opening 

opus 251, words and music by-W. C. 

Henderson, of U. S. [11594 

© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388717; 

Willian C. Henderson, New York. 

Loveland; words by Margaret YamUr 
Veer, music by C. L. Tunis, of U. S. 

[11595 
© 1 c. June 27, 1916; E 388126; 
Claudia Nennox Tunis, Metuchen, 
N. J. 

beautiful land of love, words by 

Ruby Rothnour, music by Leo Ed- 
wards, of U. S. ; medium in F. 

[11596 

© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 

1916 ; E 388783 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 

Lovee's seeenade; words and music 

by E. Hess, of U. S. [11597 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387638; 

Ella Hess, Washburn, 111. 

Love's devotion ; waltzes, by Henri 

Lamont [pseud, of Clarence M. 

Jones], of U. S. ; piano. [11598 

© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 

1916; E 388519; McKinley music 

co., Chicago. 

Love's houe; twilight brings me you, 

words by Leila E. Bracy, music by 

Arbutus M. Wolf, of U. S. [11599 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 

1916; E 390073; Jerome H. Remick 

& co., New York. 

61 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



11600 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Love's message; words by T. S. Wal- 
lis, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[11600 
© 1 c. July 7, 1916 ; E 388316 ; T. 
S. Wallis, Stockton, Cal. 

Love's old sweet song; by J. L. Mol- 
loy, played by Howard Brockway, of 
U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls D 14732) [11601 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 387773; American piano 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation. ] 

Love's springtime; words and music 
by Harry Patterson Hopkins, of 
U. S., op. 50, no. 3. [11602 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1916 ; E 388937 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Loyalty; march two-step, by Gus- 
tave Schumann, of U. S., arr. by 
Mackie-Beyer, of U. S. ; full orch. 
4to. [11603 

© July 25. 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388696; J. W. Pepper & 
son, Philadelphia. 

Ludebuehl (J. P.) Idyl; by J. P. 
Ludebuehl, of U. S. ; organ. [11604 
© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 388804; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Lui manger sa tartine. See Pecca- 
dilles importunes. 

Lullaby; by Albert Stoessel, of U. S., 
op. 8, no. 1; violin and piano. 

[11605 
© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389225; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

■ by Z. D. Holmes, of U. S. ; violin 

and piano. [11606 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916: E 388662; Mary Holmes, St. 
Paul. 

words and music by G. F. Ham- 
mond, of U. S. [11607 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388561; George F. Ham- 
mond, Cleveland. 

Lullaby [and] Won ; words and music 

by Jane Higbey, of U. S. [11608 

© June 7, 1916 ; 2 c. July 12, 1916 ; 

E % 388419 : Colby & Pryib.il, Los 

Angeles. 



Lullabye; words by S. E. Edwards, 
music by Louis A. Really, of U. S. ; 
medium voice. [11609 

© Aug, 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug 7. 1916 ; 
E 388853; Alden music pub. co., 
Denver. 

Lumperl (Das) ; operette in 3 akten, 
text von Victor Leon, musik von 
Robert Stolz, of Austria ; klavier- 
auszug mit text. [11610 

© Oct, 16, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380941; W. Kraczag, Leip- 
zig. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement.] 

Luz ; vals por Ramon H. Larranaga, 
arr. de Antonio Marcias C, of Mex- 
ico, domiciled at El Paso ; oiano. 

[11611 
© June 7, 1916 ; 2 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 388770 ; Edmunclo C. Argtielles, El 
Paso.' [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Luzon love ; words and music by Jack 

Burnett, arr. by Harry Alford, of 

U. S. [11612 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388913; 

Grace Carlita, Chicago. 

Lyric (The) ; march by Aug. H. 
Schaefer, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[11613 
© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 388474; Fillmore, brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Mabel gavotte ; by S. Seiler, of U. S. ; 

piano. [11614 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 

1916; E 388644; S Seiler, Los 

Angeles. 

Mabel's two-step ; words and music 
by R. Burruel, of U. S. [11615 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387661; 
Ramon Burruel, Santa Ana, Cal. 

Mac Do well (Edward Alexander) 
From the sea ; by E. A. Mac Dowell, 
op. 52, no. 2, arr. by Paul Ambrose, 
of U. S. ; women's voices. (Octavo 
series, women's voices, no. 673.) 

[11616 
© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388700; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed % 
on arrangement] 

Midsummer clouds; by E. Mac 

Dowell, op. 54, no. 2, arr. by Paul 
Ambrose, of U. S. ; women's voices. 
(Octavo series, womens' voices, no. 
674.) [11617 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388699; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



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no. 9, 1916 



11633 



Madama Rosa; versi e nmsica cli G. 
Chiarolanza, of Italy ; canto e man- 
dolino. 4to. [11618 

© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 384712; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Madchen ( Die ) sind zum lieben da ; 
lied aus Der lustige vagabund, text 
von Julius Bischitzky. musik von 
Wismar Rosendahl, of Germany. 

[11619 
© Dec. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381192; Musikalien verlag 
E. Tiemann, Berlin. 

MADEL. FA.HRST DU MIT DEE EISENBAHN ; 

lied aus der operette, Die winzer- 
braut, musik von Oskar Nedbal. 1. 
Salonorcliester, arr. von Martin Uhl, 
of Austria. 2. Grosses orchester, 
arr. von B. Bersa, of Austria. 

[11620, 11621 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381407, 381408; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernliard Herzmansky) 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements.] 



■ • — — text von Leo Stein u. Julius 

Wilhelm, musik von Oskar Nedbal. of 
Austria; gesang u. piano. [11622 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381414 ; Ludwig Doblinger ( Bern- 
hard Herzmansky) Leipzig. 

Madel (Das) geht zum militar; 
marsch aus der operette. Die wehr- 
pflichtige braut, text v. Gustav Que- 
denfeldt und Fhilipp Weichand, mu- 
sik von Franz Werther, of Germany. 

[11623 
© Oct. 19. 1914; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381199; Rubinverlag (M. & 
W. Kohler) Munich. 

Madel, madel, hut' dich fein ; duett 
aus der operette, Die wehrprlichtige 
braut, text von Gustav Quedenfeldt 
und Philipp Weichand, musik von 
Franz Werther, of Germany. [11624 

© Oct. 19, 1914 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381197; Rubinverlag (M. & W. 
Kohler), Leipzig. 

Magic (The) of a smile; words by 
S. Anworth Rutherford, music bv 
John W. Metcalf, of U. S. 1. So- 
prano or tenor. 2. Mezzo soprano or 
baritone. [11625 

© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. each Aug. 
15, 1916; E 387809; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 



Magnificat and Nunc dimittis ; set 
to music by Walter Henry Hall, of 
U. S. ; in B flat ; quartet of mixed 
voices with organ ace. Rev. ed. 
4to. (Church music review, no. 
117.) [11626 

© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 386940; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on revised edition.] 

Maiden America ; march and two step, 
by Lee Orean Smith, of U. S. ; band. 
4to. (Feist edition no. 1232.) [11627 
© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 22, 
1916 ; E 388629 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

orch. 4to. [11628 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 388329 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Mailied. See Altdeutscher liederkreis. 

Making of a girl; from The passing 
show of 1916, lyrics by Harold At- 
teridge, music by Sigmund Rom- 
berg and George Gershwin, of Aus- 
tria, domiciled at New York. 

[11629 
© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 29, 
1916; E 388171; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Malaga und Malvasir ; trinklied aus 
Simplicissimus, musik von Sigurd 
v. Koch, of Sweden. [11630 

© Apr. 14, 1916; 1 c. May 15, 
1916 ; E 381091 ; A.-B. Nordiska mu- 
sikforlaget, Stockholm, Sweden. 

Malmaison ; by Walter Bush, arr. by 
Th§o Remo, of Belgium ; violin and 
piano. (A bowl of fragrance, no. 
2) [11631 

© July 4. 1916; 1 c. July 22, 
1916; E 3S4776; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Mammy's little coal black Rose; 
lyric by Raymond Egan, music by 
Richard A. Whiting, of U. S. 

[11632 
© Aug. 29. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916; E 390067: Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Man 1ST nicht immee in der stim- 
mung; couplet aus der operette, 
Das lumper!, text von Victor Leon, 
musik von Robert Stolz, of Austria. 

[11633 
© Mar. 16, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381249; W. Karczag, 
Vienna. 



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Man (The) of the houe ; words and 
music by Kingsley Hall [pseud, of 
Bertram Shapleigh], of U. S. 

[11634 

© Aug. 9, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18, 
1916 ; E 387909 ; National music pub. 
co., New York. 

Man (The) we have teied and found 
not wanting; campaign song, 
words and music by J. Chadwick, of 
U. S. [11635 



© 1 c. July 10, 1916; E 
James Chadwick, Newark. 



187275 



Manitof; fantasia Lv 0. S. Morrison, 
of U. S. ; two piaiics. [11636 

© July 6, 1916; 'J c. July 6, 1916; 
E 387092: Theo. : resser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright "s claimed on 
arrangement.] 

March ! march ! words and music by 
Arthur Parwell, of U. S. ; unison 
voices. (8vo. choruses no. 6563) 

[11637 

© July 22. 1916 
1916; E 387463; G. 
York. 



2 



c. July 25, 
inner, New 



March (The) of nations'; based on 
melody of the song. Keep the home 
fires burning, music by Ivor Novello, 
arr. by Gatty Sellars, of Great Brit- 
ain; organ, obi. 4to. [11638 

© June 16. 1916; 1 c. June 17, 
1916; E 384497; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

March of preparedness ; words and 
music by B. R. Jolly, of XL S. [11639 

© July 7, 1916 ; 2 c. July 26, 1916 ; 
E 388693 ; Benjamin R. Jolly, Raleigh, 

N.C. 

March of the flowers ; postlude by F. 
Flaxington Harker, transcribed by 
F. H. Morton, of U. S. ; pipe organ. 

[11640 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387101; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription] 

Marche pes As; par S. Ohapelier, of 
France ; orchestra. 4to. [11641 

© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381094 ; S. Chapelier, Paris. 



Marche dtj grand escalier. 
fantillages pittdresques. 



See En- 



Marching for the King of kings; 
words and music by H. L. Goodwin, 
of U. S. [11642 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 
E 388886 ; Herbert Le Roy Goodwin, 
Mannsville, N. Y. 

Marching through Georgia ; f antasie, 
by Maurice F. Smith, of U. S. ; con- 
ductor's score. [11643 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1916; E 387709; 
American graphophone co., New 
York. 

Matv.-.aret ; by II M. Jacquet, of France ; 
piano. [11644 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 381609; 
H. Maurice Jacquet, Paris. 

Marguerita ; California serenade, lyric 
and music by J. C. Johnston, of U. S. 
Los Angeles, Hatch & Loveland. 

[11645 
© May 15, 1916 ; 2 c. July 13, 1916 ; 
E 38Yi . ; Josephine Chapman John- 
ston, 1m> Angeles. 

Maria wiegexlied. See Altdeutscher 
liederkreis. 

Marigolds ; three-step by Irene Fran- 
ces, played by Al Sterling, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls E 
14313) [11646 

© Mar. 20, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1916 ; 
E 387751 ; American piano co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on in- 
terpretation] 

Martyrs (The) of Ireland; words 
and music by Michael O'Brien, 
pseud, of Bertram Shapleigh, of 
U. S. [H647 

© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1916 ; E 387965 ; National music pub. 
co., New York. 

Mary; by Frank J. Smith, of U. S. ; 
male voices. (Octavo series, men's 
voices, no. 402.) [11648 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916 ; E 387412 ; Arthur P* Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

by Fred Heltman and A. H. East- 
man, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [11649 
© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 388712; Fred Heltman CO., 
Cleveland. 

intro. Tell me Mary how to woo 

thee, by George Spenser, of U. S. ; 
piano with words ad lib. [11650 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E -388981; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



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no. 9, 1916 



11667 



Maey feom Tippeeaey ; words and mu- 
sic by Otis A. Kline, of U. S. [11651 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388620; Chas. Johnson co., 
Rock Falls, 111. 

Maey Hoolihan ; words by Chas. Noel 
Douglas, music by Al H. Wilson, of 
U. S. New York, Ellis & Wilson 
music co. [11652 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1916 ; E 387951 ; EHis & Wilson, New 
York. 

Mascot of the teoop. See Herbert 
(Victor) favorites. 

Mass a' s in the cold, cold ground ; air 
varie, by Holmes & Smith, of U. S. ; 
cornet, saxophone, trombone, bari- 
tone maestosa; piano ace. (Famous 
duets, no. 3.) [11653 

© July. 18, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916; E 389205; C. L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa, la. 

May day. See Children's (The) hour. 

May (A) moening; by Georg Eggeling, 
of Germany, op. 185, no. 1; piano. 
(Grace and rapidity) [11654 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381493; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

part-song, words by John Milton, 

music by Benjamin Lambord, of 
U. S., op. 12, no. 1; female voices. 
4to. (The modern series of part 
songs for all voices, no. 88). [11655 

© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 386935; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 
May-pole (The) ; by Benjamin Fred- 
erick Rungee, of U. S. ; piano, four 
hands. [11656 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. July 27. 
1916; E 388738; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 
Maytime eosebtjd (Rose de Mai) ; 
English version by G. B., after 
Christian von Linstow, music by 
Sebastian B. Schlesinger, of U. S., 
op. 64, no. 10. 1. Sop. or ten. — 2. 
Alto or bar. [11657 

© July 20, 1908 ; 2 c. each Sept. 1, 
1916; E 390090; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 
Mazurka; von Jean Sibelius, op. 81, 
no. 1, bearb. von A. Kleinecke, of 
Germany; pianoforte und violine. 

[11658 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381315 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



Mazurka — Continued. 

von Paul Juon, of Germany, op. 

64, no. 8; violine mit klavierbe- 
gleitung. (Acht violonstiicke, no. 8) 

[11659 
© Oct. 14, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 381000 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmermann, 
Leipzig. 

Mazurka noble ; by Theodora Button, 
of U. S., piano. Four dancettes. 

[11660 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388998; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Meadow (The) flower; by Benjamin 
Frederick Rungee, of U. S. ; piano, 
four hands. [11661 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 388742; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Meadow flowees ; words by I. F. 

Leycla, music by Helen M. Browne, 

of U. S. [11662 

© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 

E 389016; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 

Meet me at the gate ; words and 
music by T. G. Griffin, of England, 
domiciled at Los Angeles. Los An- 
geles, Cal., Edw. L. Ballenger music 
pub. co. [11663 

© Aug. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1916 ; 
E 390075; Thomas G. Griffin, Los 
Angeles. 

Meet me in the gaeden of deeams ; 
words by Mrs. S. L. Bronssard, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[11664 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387637; 
Mrs. Sydney L. Bronssard, Neder- 
land, Tex. 

Mein liebchen nicht so dichte ean ; 
walzerlied aus der operette, Jung 
muss man sein, text v. Leo Leip- 
ziger u. Erich Urban, musik v. Gil- 
bert, of Germany. 1. Klavier mit 
text. — 2. Orchester mit piano direk- 
tion, arr. von H. Bliithgen, of Aus- 
tria. 4to. [11665,11666 
© Aug. 27, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 15, 
1916; E 380949, 380951; Louis Oer- 
tel, Hannover, Germany. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Meine sehnsucht. See Gedichte von 
Ernst Goll. 

Melodie feom the Chants du voy- 
ageue; by Ignace J. Paderewski, op. 
8, no. 3, ed. by Andor Pinter, of 
U. S.; piano. [11667 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 1, 
1916; E 388217; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 



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Melodies ; for children's voices in the 
home and Sunday school. [Comp. 
by Ida F. Ley da, of U. S.] Chicago, 
Leyda publishing co. 61, [1] p. obi. 
16mo. [11668 

© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Aug. 16, 1916; A 437237; Ida F. 
Leyda, Chicago. 

Melody. See Thome (Francis) 

Melody in C sharp minoe; by P. 
Maurice Chase, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11669 
© 1 c. July 17, 1916; E 387550; 
Phillips M. Chase, Denver. 

Memorial march; by J. Abel, arr. by 
Thomas a'Becket, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11670 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387087; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and arrangement.] 

Memories ; by Egbert Van Alstyne, 
played by Andrei Kmita, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, D 
14862) [11671 

© May 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387754 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

words and music by G. T. Bur- 
rows, of U. S. [11672 
© July 28, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388761; Grace Tilden Bur- 
rows, Bartow, Fla. 

words by Joy Root, music by 

Ruth Dodge, of U. S. [11673 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388857 ; Joy Root, Lincoln, Neb. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob, Lud- 
wig Felix) Gebet ; verleihunsfrieden 
gnadiglich ; text von Martin Luther, 
musik von F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, 
bearbeitet von Kurt, Erbe, Germany, 
fur 1 singstimme. 1. Mit orgel-oder 
harmonium. 2. Mit klavier. 

[11674, 11675 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 

1916 ; E 381420, 381421 ; Breitkopf & 

Hartel, New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangements.] 

Mensch (Der) fangt beim soldaten 
an ; marsch aus der operette, Die 
Oder keine, musik von Edm. Eysler, 
arr. von Adolf Ischpold. of Austria ; 
grosses orchester. 4to. [11676 

© Oct. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380S27; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky), Leipzig. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 



Menuet ; par A. Levergeois, of France ; 
piano. (Trois pieces, no. 3) 

[11677 
© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381101 ; Ch. Loigerot, Paris. 

Menuett in C dur. See Haydn (F. J.) 

Menuetto grazioso. See Mozart 
(W. A.) 

Menus propos enfantins ; paroles et 
musique par Erik Satie, of France; 
piano et chant contents : — 1. Chant 
querrier du roi des haricots. — 2. Ce 
que dit la petite princesse des 
tulipes. — 3. Yalse du chocolat aux 
amandes. [1167S 

© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25. 1916 ; 
E 381109; E Demets, Paris. 

Merciful tow n ; words by Rudyard 
Kipling, music by C. Fordham, of 
U. S. Chicago, Clayton F. Summy 
co. [11679 

© July 28, 1916; 2 c. Julv 31, 
1916; E 388774; Corysande Ford- 
ham, Seattle. 

Merk (Joseph) 20 exercises; de J. 
Merk, op. 11, revision et annota- 
tions de Cros St. Ange, of France; 
violon. [11680 

© June 24, 1916; 1 c. July 8, 
1916; E 380852; Maurice Senart et 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision.] 

Merrement; by Georg Eggeling, of 
Germany, op. 185, no. 7; piano. 
(Grace and rapidity) [11681 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381499; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Merry-go-round (T*he). See Dolly's 
(The) lullaby [and] The merry-go- 
round. 

Merry-making (Tanzchen) ; by Carl 
Reuther, of Germany, op. 17, no. 5; 
piano, four hands. (At close of 
day, no. 5) [11682 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916 : 
E 381490; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Merry sprites ; by Georg Eggeling, of 
Germany, op. 185, no. 5 ; piano. 
(Grace and rapidity) [11683 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381497; Arthur P. Schmidt CO., 
Boston. 



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11699 



Message of the winds ; by L. Leslie 

Loth, of U. S. ; piano. [11684 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 

1916 ; E 387413 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. 

Michael on his motorcycle ; words 
and music by Howard Johnson and 
Joe McCarthy, of U. S. [11685 

© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916 ; E 388351 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

"Mid the eoae of a thousand guns ; 
words by J. W. Callahan, music by 
H. AY. Petrie, of U. S. [11686 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 387991; 
Chas. Sheard & co., London. 

Midsummee clouds. See Mac Dowell 
(E. A.) 

Mignonette ; music by Walter Bush, 
arr. by Theo Reiuo, of Belgium ; vio- 
lin and piano. (A bowl of frag- 
rance, no. 1) [11687 
© May 28, 1916; 1 c. June 19, 
1916; E 381087; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Militarmarsch ; von Hugo Kaun, of 
Germany, op. 101; klavierauszug 2 
handig. (Deutsche niarsche fur 
grosses or Chester no. 1.) [11688 

© Aug. 12, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380961; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Liepzig. 

Milkmaid (The) ; words by Austin 
Dobson, music by G. Marsehal- 
Loepke [pseud, of Grace Clough- 
Leighter] , of U. S. ; men's voices. 
4to. ( Secular part songs, no. 10833 ) 

[11689 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387080; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Milkman (The) ; words and music by 

Charles Collins, of England. [11690 

© July 26, 1916; 1 c. July 26. 

1916; E 384772; B. Feldman & co., 

London. 

Million (The) dollar girl; comic- 
opera in three acts, words by Walter 
Frederick Beattie, of Canada, music 
by E. Miro y Morera, of Spain. 
Yocal score. [11691 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; D 19694; 
Enrique Miro, Montreal, Canada. 



Millionengretl - walzer ; aus der 
gleichnamigen operette, von Franz 
Schonbaumsfeld, arr. von Martin 
Uhl, of Austria ; klavier zu zwei 
handen. [11692 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381252; W. Karczag, 
Vienna. 

Mine eyes have seen the glory ; 
battle hymn, words by Julia Ward 
Howe, music by H. Blair, of Eng- 
land. [11693 
© July 25, 1916 ; 1 c. July 26, 1916 ; 
E 384771 ; Hugh Blair, London. 

Minuet. See Mozart (W. A.) 

Mir scheint, ich hab' zwei linke 
hand' ; lied aus dem volksstuck, Der 
jiingling mit den ellenbogen, text von 
Carl Rossler und Ludwig Heller, mu- 
sik von Ernst Steffan, arr. von Otto 
Lindemann, of Austria ; gesang u. 
piano. [11694 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381433 ; Drei masken-verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Munich. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Miss Syncopation; words by Russell 
M. Bigelow and J. Y. Nicolay, music 
by J. V. Nicolay, of U. S. [11695 

© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1916; E 388870; 
Joseph Van Gelder Nicolay, Brook- 
lyn. 

Missa parochialis pro pace ; composed 

by William Paul, of U. S. ; small and 

medium choirs. 4to. [11696 

© July 25, 1916 ; 2 c. July 27, 1916 ; 

E 387493 ; R. J. Sarin, De Lisle, Miss. 

Mississippi days ; words by Ballard 
Macdonald, music by Al. Piantadosi, 
of U. S. [11697 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387556; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Mist. See Studies. 

Mister Tosti, why did you write 
Good-eye? lyric and music by Jean 
C. Havez, of U. S. [11698 

© Aug. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1916 ; 
E 390068; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Mr. Yankee Doodle are we prepared? 
words by Joseph J. Barry, music by 
Geo. H. Taylor of U. S., assisted by 
Geo. H. Malmgren, of U. S. [11699 
© July 13, 1916 ; 2 c. July 14, 1916 ; 
E 388580; Barry, Malmgren & Tay- 
lor, Wallingford, Conn. 



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21700 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Mes. Holmes taught Sherlock all 
he knew ; words and music by Alex. 
Sullivan and Harry De Costa, of 
U. S. Popular and high grade com- 
positions. • [11700 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388824; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Mit pfeifenklang. See Unger (Her- 
mann) Sieben soldatenlieder. 

Modernes vortragsalbum. See Sehar- 
wenka (F. X.) 

Mocht' so gern ein spielzetjg haben ; 
text von Wilhelm Sterk, musik von 
Robert Stolz, of Austria, op. 222. 

[11701 
© Aug. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 381006 ; Alexander Rose, Vi- 
enna. 

Molly mine; from His heart's desire, 
words by Fiske O'Hara and Anna 
Nichols, music by Geo. H. Gartlan, of 
U. S. [11702 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916 ; E 387438 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Mona Lisa; walzer, nach motiven 
aus der oper, musik von Max Schill- 
ings, bearb. von C. Morena, of Aus- 
tria ; klavier zweihandig mit iiberl. 
text. [11703 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. July 23, 1916 ; 
E 381431 ; Drei masken verlag, 
g. m. b. h. Munich. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 



salonorchester. 4to. 

[11704 

© Jan. 31, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 

1916 ; E. 381430 ; Drei masken verlag, 

g. m. b. h., Munich. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

Money blues ; fox trot, by Hugo Frey, 
of U. S. ; piano. New ed. [11705 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389009; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on changes and simplifica- 
tion.] 



arr. by James C. McCabe, of 

U. S. ; orch. 4to. [11706 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389008; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Money-crazy just like me ; words by 

M. E. Williams, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [11707 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388308; 

Michael E. Williams, New York. 



Monkey land ; scherzo, by Ethel 

Barns, of England ; piano. [11708 

© Aug. 2 ,1916; 1 c. Aug. 3, 1916; 

E 381506 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Monkeyshines ; by Henry S. Sawver, 
of U. S. ; piano. [11709 

© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388515 ; McKinley music CO., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Monotone; by Reginald de Koven, of 
U. S., op. 379, no. 1 ; piano. (Three 
compositions for piano, no. 1.) 

[11710 
© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387037; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Moon (The) ; by Alice Bennett Wing, 
of U. S. ; piano. (In Out of doors, 
Summy edition, no. 73) [11711 

© June 29, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 388210; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Moon (The) and the waterfall; 
reverie, by Will Jennings, [pseud, 
of R. G. Gradi], of U. S. ; piano. 

[11712 
© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388516 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Moon of love ; waltz by Dwight Fiske, 
of IT. S. 4to. 1. 1st violin. 2. Viola. 
3. Flute. 4. Clarinet in A and B 
flat. 5. Trombone. 6. Horns in F. 
7. Bassoon. 8. Drums. 9. Cello. 
10. Bass. 11. 2nd violin. 12. Cornet 
in A and B flat. [11713-11724 

© June 30, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 1, 
1916 ; E 388241-388252 ; H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 



Pf. 



[11725 



© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 1, 
1916; E 388240; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Moonlight: barcarolle, by Walter 
Wallace Smith, of IT. S. ; piano. 

[11726 
© July 12. 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916: E 387337; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Moonlight elves (Spukgeisterchen) ; 
by Carl Reuther, of Germany, op. 17, 
no. 4; piano, four hands. (At close 
of day, no. 4) [11727 

© Aug. 3, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916; 
E 381489; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 



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11745 



Moonlight-idyl (A la luz de la lima) ; 
reverie, by Prosper Joseph Breuer, 
of U. S. 1. Violin and piano. 2. 
Piano solo. [11728, 11729 

© July 28, 1916 ; 2 c. each Aug. 7, 
1916 ; E 388843, 388844 ; Thos. Grog- 
gan & bros., San Antonio, Tex. 

Moonlight (The) waltz; poem by 
Virginia Knight Logan, music by 
Frederic Knight Logan, of U. S. 

[11730 
© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 388809; F. J. A. Forster, music 
publisher, Chicago. 

Mooneise ; idyll, by Leonard Davis, 
played by Andrei Kmita, of U. S. 
(Rvthmodik * record music rolls G 
14973) [11731 

© May 20, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 388405 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

More (The) I love my dog; from 
Canary cottage, words and music 
by Earl Carroll, of U. S. [11732 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916 ; E 388480 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

More love to Thee; words by Mrs. 
E. P. Prentiss, music by F. E. Oliver, 
of U. S. [11733 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1916 ; 
E 390217 ; French E. Oliver, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Moegen. See Strauss (Richard) 

Morning. See Idyll (An) 

Morning and evening; words of 1st 
verse by Henry Van Dyke, words of 
2nd verse by I. F. Leyda, music by 
Helen M. Browne, of U. S. [11734 
© June 23, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388122; Ida F. Leyda, Chi- 
cago. 

Morning awakening; caprice, by G. 

R. Bezanson, of U. S. ; piano. [11735 

© 1 c. June 6, 1916; E 388690; 

Geo. Ray Bezanson, Missoula, Mont. 

Morning (A) in May; words by N. B. 
Kinsley, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [11736 
© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389320; 
Nora B. Kinsley, Sheridan, Wy. 

Morning (The) ride; by Lawrence 

Sturdy, of England ; piano. [11737 

© July 3, 1916 ; 1 c. July 26, 1916 ; 

E 384763; Bosworth & co., London. 



Morning song; words by Allan Cun- 
ningham, music by Herbert F. 
Sharpe, ed, by C. Roepper, of U. S. ; 
women's voices. 4to. (Choral mu- 
sic, series 3, no. 98.) [11738 
© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387896; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

(Aubade) ; English version by G. 

B., after the French of Jean Lahor, 
music by Sebastian B. Schlesinger, 
of U. S., op. 75, no. 1. 1. Sop. or 
ten.— 2. Alto or bar. [11739 

© July 20, 1908; 2 c. each Sept. 
1, 1916; E 390092; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Mother dear ; words by W. Richmond, 

music by Carl Muehling [pseud, for 

Ethel Fisher], of U. S. [11740 

© 1 c. July 26, 1916; E 388691; 

Wm. Richmond, Du Bois, Pa. 

Mother mavourneen (Mother sweet- 
heart) ; by Geo. H. Gartlan, arr. by 
Lee Orean Smith, of U. S. ; cornet 
or trombone solo, or vocal ace, with 
orch. 4to. (Feist edition, no. 736.) 

[11741 
© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916 ; E 388627 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Motheri (A) song; words adapted 
from the German of A. Schultz, 
music by Louis Arthur Russell, of 
U. S., op. 23, no. 1; male cho., or 
ten. solo and choral refrain; organ 
ace. 4to. (Spiritual songs, no. 1) 

[11742 
© June 28, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916; E 388451; Essex pub. co., 
Newark, N. J. 

Mother's (A) cry for peace; by N. 
Spector, of Russia, domiciled at 
New York; melody only. [11743 

© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1916; E 390078; 
Nathan Spector, New York. 

Mother's dying soldier boy; words 
by T. S. Wallis, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [11744 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388314; 
T. S. Wallis, Stockton, Cal. 

Mother's fireside; words by Wm. 
Stevenson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [11745 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 387992; 
Wm. Stevenson, Tonopah, Nev. 



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Mother's love ; nocturne by S. Seiler, 
of U. S. ; piano. [11746 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388645; S. Seiler, Los An- 
geles. 

words by J. J. Brodie, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [11747 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389306; 
John J. Brodie, Baltimore, Md. 

Mother's message; words by P. A. 
Preston, music by S. M. Ford, of 
U. S. ; medium voice. [11748 

© 1 c. July 22, 1916; E 387446; 
P. A. Preston, Modesto, Cal., and 
Stella Mae Ford, Pomona, Cal. 

Mother's smile; words and music by 
E. H. Webb, of U. S. Mt. Carmel, 
111., E. H. Webb music co. [11749 
© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 388497; Earl H Webb, Mt. 
Carmel, 111. 

Mother's sunset years; words by 
M. M. Phinney, music by Haldor 
Lillenas, of Norway, domiciled at 
Olivet, 111. Olivet, 111., Haldor Lil- 
lenas music publisher. [11750 
© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 7, 
1916; E 387711; Marguerite M. 
Phinney, Harrison, Neb. 

Mother's way; words by E. N. arr., 
music by F. E. Oliver, of U. S. 

[11751 
© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 390225; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Motoring through Dixie; words by 
Lon. A Warner, music by R. E. Hall, 
of U. S. [11752 

© June 30, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 38S279; Hall & Warner, Phila- 
delphia. 

Mount of the Holy Cross ; medita- 
tion, by Henry S. Sawyer, of U. S. ; 
piano. [11753 

© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916 ; E 389210 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Mountain (The) stream; melodious 
etude, by Elizabeth Gest, of U. S. ; 
piano. [11754 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 387414; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Mountain twilight waltz ; by 
Charles Bohn, [pseud, of Henry S. 
Sawyer], arr. by Henry S. Sawyer, 
of U. S. ; piano. [11755 

© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388510 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 



Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Inter- 
mezzo; by W. A. Mozart, arr. by 
M. C. Baldwin, of U. S. ; organ, 
obi. 8vo. (Compositions and ar- 
rangements for organ, no. 15) 

[11756 
© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 387717; Minor C. Bald- 
win, Middletown, Conn. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 

Menuetto grazioso; by W. A. Mo- 
zart, adapted and arr. by R. Krentz- 
lin, of Germany. [11757 
© July 25. 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 384779; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Minuet ; from Don Giovanni, by 

Mozart, played by Howard Brock- 
way, of U. S. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls G 14643) [11758 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387745 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Sechs romantische sonaten ; auf 

grund der urtextausgabe von W. A. 
Mozart, bearb. von Hermann Gart- 
ner, of Germany ; violine und piano. 
(Edition Breitkopf, no. 4476) 

[11759 
© Jan. 12, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381187 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

8 e sonate, en la mineur; von W. 

A. Mozart, op. 5, no. 2, edition revue 
et doigtee par L. Diemer, of France ; 
piano. (Edition nationale fran- 
caise ... no. 66.) [11760 

© May 10, 1916 ; 1 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 384568; Henry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and fingering.] 

13 e sonate en si beniol maj. ; 

von W. A. Mozart, op. 7, no. 1, edi- 
tion revue et doigtee par L. Diemer, 
of France; piano. (Edition nation- 
ale francaise, ... no. 117.) 

[11761 

© May 10, 1916 ; 1 c. July 1, 1916 ; 

E 384569; Henry Lemoine & co., 

Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 

editing and fingering.] 

Mumma (Archie A.) Dance; by A. 
A. Mumma, of U. S. ; piano. [11762 

© 1 c. July 19, 1916; E 
Archie A. Mumma, Dayton, O. 



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11780 



Musette ; from the orchestral suite 
King Christian II, by Jean Sibelius, 
arr. by Maud Powell, of U. S. ; violin 
and piano. [11763 

© June 16, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916 ; E 388269 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

Musik zu Goethes Faust ; von Felix 
Weingartner, of Germany, op. 43B 
neue ausgabe, [arr. u. edited], fur 
klavierauszug mit text. Teil 2, par- 
titur. [11764 

© Oct. 8, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380725; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
new arrangement.] 

Mutt and Jeff; words and music by 
T. Hoy, of U. S. Seattle, Wash., 
Echo music pub. co. [11765 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 387928; Thomas Hoy, La 
Grande, Or. 

Muttee (Die) ; a, Ich bet' fur meinen 
jungen; ged. von A. de Nora, b, 
Furs heil'ge vaterland; ged. von 
Maria Kahle, musik von Mathieu 
Neumann, of Germany, op. 89, no. 4; 
mittlere singstimme mit klavier- 
begleitung. 4to. [11766 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380983; M. Neumann, Dus- 
seldorf, Germany. 

My Alabama Sue; words and melody 
by Charles C. Miles, of U. S. (Post 
card ser.) [11767 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388896; C. C. Miles, May- 
wood, 111. 

My beautiful Josephine; words and 
music by P. Fagans, of U. S. Seattle, 
Wash., Echo music pub. co. [11768 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 11. 1916 ; 
E 3S7692 ; Pearl Fagans, Seattle. 

My boxnie love; by Lillian Frances 
Connell, of U. S., words and piano. 
1. Soprano or tenor. 2. Mezzo so- 
prano or baritone. [11769 

© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. each Aug. 
15, 1916; E 387813; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co.. Boston. 



My ceeole giel; words by L. Mc- 
Conkey. music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [11770 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387483; 
Lula McConkey, Marion, 111. 

771 



My darling Genevieve ; words by G. 

D. Allspaugh, music by Lee Johnson, 

of U. S. [11771 

© 1 c. July 10, 1916; E 388343; 

George Dole Allspaugh, Los Angeles. 

My deae Bonxibel ; words by E. Pros- 

ser, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [11772 

© 1 c. Aug. 1. 1916; E 3S7564; 

Elsie Prosser, Brighton, Mich. 

My deae old Dixie Land ; words by 

R. J. Lawless, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of IT. S. [11773 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387630; 

R. J. Lawless, St. Louis. 

My deae old home in Honolulu ; Ha- 
waiian ballad, words and music by 
Frank S. Johnson, of U. S. [11774 
© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 6, 
1916; E 388291; Ellis music pub. 
co., San Francisco. 

My deae old Yoekshiee faem ; words 
by Edgar Bateman, music by J. P. 
Long, of England. [11775 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1916 ; E 381612 ; Star music pub. co., 
London. 

My desiee; words anon., music by 
Ralph L. Grosvenor, of U. S. ; high 
voice. [11776 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388652; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

My destiny ; Since my heart has found 
it's love, words by Leslie Cooke, mu- 
sic by Sydney Baynes, of England; 
no. 2 in F. [11777 

© July 24, 1916; 1 c. July .24, 
1916 ; E 384756 ; . Swan & co., Wat- 
son & Wilcock, ltd., London. 

My deeam of paradise; words by G. 

Roland Cooney, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [11778 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387570; 

Roland Cooney, Lawrence, Mass. 

My flower of the snows ; words by 
E. S. Tufts, music by Everett J. 
Evans, of U. S. [11779 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388304; 
Evelyn Smith Tufts, Wolfville, 
Nova Scotia, Canada. 



My giel in Idaho ; words by Gladys G. 
Dennis, music by Harry H. Wil- 
liams, of U. S. [11780 
© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916; E 388962; Williams music 
pub. co., inc., Providence, R. I. 



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My heart is mute; words by Julian 
Gade, music by Felix Gade, of 
England ; no. 1 in C. [11781 

© July 21, 1916; 1 c. July 22, 
1916; E 381084; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

My heart is singing; words and mu- 
sic by H. Lillenas, of Norway. (In 
Gamp meeting melodies) [11782 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1916 ; 
E 387984; Haldor Lillenas, Olivet, 
111. 

My homeland ; words by Dana Burnet, 
music by Oley Speaks, of U. S. ; me- 
dium voice in B flat. [11783 

© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388778; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

My honey Lu; in Carlos Sebastian 
divertisement, lyric by Jack Frost, 
music by Paul Biese and F. Henri 
Klickmann, of U. S. [11784 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388524; Frank K. Root & 
co., Chicago. 

My Honolulu hula girl; arr. by 
Dave Langlands, of U. S. ; key of D 
or 2 sharps ; ukulele. 4to. [11785 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916 ; E 383863 ; Southern California 
music co., Los Angeles. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement in chart 
form.] 

My husband's gone a-fishing; words 
by F. M. Williams, music by J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. [11786 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387663; 
Florence M. Williams, Kettle Falls, 
Wash. 

My Killarney rose ; words by Sidney 
R. Ellis, music by Al H. Wilson, of 
U. S. New York, Ellis & Wilson 
music co. [11787 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1916 ; E 387952 ; Ellis & Wilson, New 
York. 

My Lady Frayle; a musical play in 
two acts, lyrics by Arthur Wimperis, 
music by Howard Talbot and Her- 
man Finck, of England. Vocal score. 

[11788 

© July 4, 1916 ; 1 c. July 24, 1916 ; 
E % 381090; Hawkes & son, & Ascher- 
berg, Honwood & Crew, ltd., London. 



My lady's bower; words by F. E. 
Vv 7 eatherly, music by Hope Temple, 
harmonized by James A. Parks, of 
U. S. ; male voices. (Octavo, no. 
748). [11789 

© June 6, 1916 ; 2 c. June 10, 1916 ; 
E 383871; J. A. Parks co., York, 
Neb. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement and harmonization.] 

My little country girl; words by 

L. A. James, music by Maybel Stad- 

ler, of U. S. [11790 

© 1 c. July 12, 1916; E 387273; 

Lewis A. James, Elk City, Kan. 

My little Irish cottage; words by 
by Edward Lockton, music by Eileen 
Summers, of England; no. 2 in G. 

[11791 

© July 21, 1916; 1 c. July 22, 

1916 ; E 381089 ; Cary & co., London. 

My little woman ; words by Frank 
Stanton, music by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer, of U. S. ; sop. or ten. and 
alto or bar. [11792 

© July 25, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 26, 
1916; E 388710; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

My lonely Lola Lo (in Hawaii) ; 
words and music by Stanley Mur- 
phy, Arthur Lange and Alfred Sol- 
man, of U. S. [11793 
© Aug. 11, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 11, 

♦ 1916 ; E 388936 ; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

My love garden girl ; words by N. J. 
Ethington, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [11794 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387654; 
Nancy J. Ethington, Dallas. 

My love still grows for you ; words 
and music by G. Ebert, of U. S. 

[11795 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1916; E 387703; 
George Ebert, Forest Park, 111. 

My luau girl; arr. by Dave Lang- 
lands, of U. S. ; key of D or 2 sharps ; 
ukelele. 4to. [11796 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916; E 383865; Southern Califor- 
nia music co., Los Angeles. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement in 
chart form.] 

My made in America maid ; words by 
Ray Hammell, music by L. Haffer- 
mehl, of U. S. Boston, Haffermehl 
& Hammell. [11797 

© July 27, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1916 ; E 387558 ; Lou V. Haffermehl, 
Newton Centre, Mass. 



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11814 



My merry serenade (Serenade ba- 
dine) ; words by Harold Flaminer, 
music by Gabriel-Marie, arr. by 
Frank R. Rix, of U. S. ; sop. and 
alto. (8vo. choruses no. 6544) 

[11798 
© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388613; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

My modern Jullette; words and mu- 
sic by H. B. Crooker, of U. S., arr. 
by W. H. Nelson, of U. S. [11799 
© 1 c. July 25, 1916: E 387490; 
Herbert B. Crooker, New York. 

My mother's star. See Eyes (The) 
of heaven. 

My mother's voice; words by E. M. 

Hendricks, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [11800 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388540; 

E. M. Hendricks, Minneapolis. 

My mountain home; words by A. M. 
Hamilton, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [11801 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387644; 
Augustus M. Hamilton, Newport 
News, Va. 

My moving picture girl; lyrics by 
Dale Devereaux, music by Henri 
Gaveau, of U. S. [11802 

© May 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 11, 1916 ; 
E 388587; E. J. Murray music co., 
Pittsburgh. 

My neighbor's garden (Le rideau de 
ma voisine) ; English version by G. 
B., after the French of Alfred de 
Musset, music by Sebastian B. Schle- 
singer, of U. S., op. 74, no. 2. 1. Sop. 
or ten.— 2. Alto or bar. [11803 

© July 20, 1908 ; 2 c. each Sept. 1, 
1916 ; E 390091 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

My New York girl; words by C. K. 
Mierkiewiez, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [11804 

© 1 c. Aug. 5. 1916; E 387636; 
Chas. K. Mierkiewiez, Buffalo. 

My old home on the Massachusetts 
shore ; words by Herbert C. Thomas, 
music by Claude Weber, of U. s! 
Boston, Weber music co. [11805 

© Aug. 1, 1916; 2 c. July 31. 
1916 ; E 388767 ; William H. Brown, 
Medford, Mass. 



My old island home by the shore; 
words by H. P. Lombard, music by 
M. K. Francis, of U. S. [11806 

© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 10, 1916 ; 
E 388340; Harlan P. Lombard, 
North Eastham, Mass. 

My old Uncle Sam; words by A. M. 
Fleming, music by E. S. s". Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [11807 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; E 387650 ; A. 
M. Fleming, Scooba, Miss. 

My own dear Eva Earl; words by S. 
Wilson, music by Jack Stanley, of 
U. S. [11808 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 387738; Samuel Wilson, 
Newton, N. J. 

My own Iona (Moi-one-Ionae) ; Ha- 
waiian fox-trot by Gilbert, Fried- 
land and Morgan, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11809 

© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 

1916 ; E 388779 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

My phantom girl; in Carlos Sebas- 
tian divertisement, lyric by Jack 
Frost, music by Paul Biese and F. 
Henri Klickmann, of U. S. [11810 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21; 
1918; E 38S512; Frank K. Root & 
co., Chicago. 

My prayer; words anon, music by A. 

W. Roper, of U. S. [11811 

© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 

1916; E 390230; French E. Oliver, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

My son I proudly gave; words by H. 

Henstridge, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [11812 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387579; 

Harry Henstridge, Oswego, N. Y. 

My song is mute; words by Jeanne 
Oldfield Potter, music by Anna Pris- 
cilla Risher, of U. S. 1. Soprano or 
tenor. 2. Alto or baritone. [11813 
© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. each Aug. 
16, 1916; E 387808; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

My song shall be of mercy ; anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by 
John E. West, of U. S. ; mixed voices 
with organ ace. 4to. (Anthems for 
mixed voices no. 12927.) [11814 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 18, 
1916; E 387394; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



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My southern girl ; words and music 

by C. A. Van Sickle, of U. S. [11815 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 

E 388967; Clarence A. Van Sickle, 

New Brunswick, N. J. 

My sweetheart down at Panama 

Bay; words and music by L. E. 

Burgess, of U. S. [11816 

© 1 c. July 20, 1916; E 387434; 

Leila Elinor Burgess, Los Angeles. 

My sweetheart was a hero; words 

and music by A. F. La Marche, of 

U. S. [11817 

© 1 c. July 20, 1916; E 387503; 

Alfred F. La Marche, Cohoes, N. Y. 

Same. [11818 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387877; Alfred F. La 
Marche, Cohoes, N. Y. 

My Texas Mary ; words and music by 
James D. McCormack, of U. S. 

[11819 
© July 21, 1916; 2 c. Julv 22, 
1916; E 387444; McCormack music 
co., Brooklyn. 

My valentine; words and music by 
Sallie Lyttle Hatton, of U. S. 

[11820 
© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 19*L6 ; 
E 388324; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

My wonderful dream of love; 
words and music by Frederick Emil 
Consort [pseud, of Wilbur A.. H. 
Cook], of U. S., arr. by Emil Gers- 
tenberger and Frederick Emil Con- 
sort, of U. S. [11821 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387601; 
Wilbur A. H. Cook, New York. 

Myrtle; by A. Sanderson-Keith, of 
England ; piano. [11822 

© July 3, 1916 ; 1 c. July 26, 1916 ; 
E 384769 ; Bosworth & co., London. 

Nach schulschluss (After school) ; 
by Heinrich Hohner, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11823 
© July 22, 1916 ; 2 c. July 21, 1916 ; 
E 388571; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Nachgesessen ; text von Josepha Metz, 
musik von Fr. Jos. Blied, of Ger- 
many, fiir 3 singstimmen mit klavier- 
begleitung. 4to. (Heitere gesange, 
no. 2.) [11824 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381149; P. J. Tonger, Co- 
' logen a/Rh., Germany. 



Nadine ; words by M. A. Maisch, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [11825 

© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388729; 
Margaret A. Maisch, Philadelphia. 

Naie ( Di ) kines ; words and music by 
M. Fryzer, of U. S. [11826 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388332; 
Max Fryzer, Cleveland. 

Narozeniny valcik ; arr. by A. Brousek, 
of U. S. ; band. 4to. [11827 

© July 20, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 
E 387962 ; Jos. Jiran, Chicago. 

National (The) guardsman; words 
by Geo. D. Stockman, music by F. E. 
Eggert, of U. S. New York, Thos. J. 
Donlan. [11828 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 388867; Fred E. Eggert, Waco, 
Texas. 

National patrol; one step-two step, 
by B. L. Brannan, of U. S. ; piano, 
with text. Brooklyn, Brannan & 
Brannan. [11829 

© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 388421; Barrington L. Brannan, 
Brooklyn. 

Navyland; Somewhere at sea, music 
arr. by Edward St. Quentin, of Eng- 
land ; piano with text. [11830 
© June. 23, 1916; 1 c. June 24, 
1916; E 384538; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Nearer home; words anon., music by 

F. E. Oliver, of U. S. [11831 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1916 ; 

E 390222 ; French E. Oliver, Kansas 

City, Mo. 

Nearer, my God, to Thee; part-song, 
music by Cyrus S. Mallard, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Church music 
review, no. 433.] [11832 

© June 30, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388238 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 

transcription arr. by Warren N. 

Dean, of U. S. ; mandolin duo unac- 
companied. [11833 
© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 390015; Stephen Shepard, 
Paterson, N. J. 

'Neath the roses. See Cycle of Swe> 
dish folk-song. 

Negro. See Street sketches. 

Neighbors ; words by J. T. Clark, mu- 
sic by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [11834 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390003; 
Joanna Townley Clark, Elizabeth, 

N. J. 



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no. 9, 1916 



11850 



Nellyfants ; musical recitation, lyric 
by Harry A. Melvin, music by Sil- 
vio Hein, of U. S. ; piano ace. 

[11835 
© July 26, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388668; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Netje Deutsche weisen ; von Adolf 
Liebeck, of Germany, op. 2 ; klavier. 
Heft 2. [11836 

© Apr. 18. 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381189; Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne, am Rhein, Ger- 
many. 

Nevee say die 'till you're dead; 
words and music by W. J. MacLaren, 
of U. S. Philadelphia, L. M. Smith 
music co. [11837 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 387538 ; L. M. Smith, Phila- 
delphia. 

New life ; words by I. P. Leyda, music 
by Helen M. Browne, of U. S. 

[11838 
© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 
E 389025 ; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 

New (The) patriotism; from the 
pageant, The declaration of independ- 
ence, words by Marion Mills Miller, 
music by Laura Sedgwick Collins, 
of U. S. 4to. [11839 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 397959; Laura S. Collins, 
New York. 

New songs ; words and music by It. M. 
Pease and others, of U. S. 8vo. 

[11840 
© June 12, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Aug. 9, 1916; A 435672; Rollin M. 
Pease, St. Paul. 

Newarkers know how to give a jubi- 
lee; words by M. I. Bailey, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [11841 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387297; 
M. I. Bailey, Newark, N. J. 

Night. See Idyll (An). 

Night song; part song, words and 
music by Arthur F. Fuller, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. 4to. [11842 

© June 8, 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916; E 387265; Anchor pub. co., 
Los Angeles. 

Nik-o-de-mus ; one-step, by Don Rich- 
ardson, of U. S. ; piano. [11843 
© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 : E 387281 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 



Nobody thinks of a sailor ; words by 

F. E. Boire, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. • [11844 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390004; 

F. E. Boire, Montreal, Canada. 

Nocturne. See Chopin ( F. F. ) — Endi- 
cott (Samuel) 

Nocturnes. See Chopin (F. F.) 

Nodding ferns. See Sylvan sketches. 

Non e mortq amor (Love is burning 
still) ; parole by Victor Vecchi, mu- 
sic by P. Lucchetti, of Italy, domi- 
ciled at New York. [11845 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387291; 
Peter Lucchetti, New York. 

Noon. See Idyll (An). 

Noon-day reveries ; by John Desmond 
Courtney, of U. S., op. 12, no. 3; 
piano. (From dawn till dusk, no. 3) 

[11846 

© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916; 
E 387598; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Noon song. See Tyrrold (Aston) Two 
Chinese songs. 

Normandy; intro. My Normandy, by 
Paul Lawson, of U. S. ; pianoforte 
with words ad lib. [11817 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387106; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Norse maiden's lament; part-song, 
words by Susanna Massey. music by 
Celeste D. Heckscher, of U. S.; 
women's voices. 4to. [11848 

© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 1, 
1916; E 388237; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Notte di maggio; poema di Giosue" 
Carducci, musica di Alfredo Ca- 
sella, of Italy ; canto per una voce 
ed orchestra; partitura. [11849 

© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381112 ; Soci§te anonyme des edi- 
tions, Ricordi, Paris. 

Now as we wait before Thee. See 
Briggs (C. S.) Six responses. 

Nuages qui pas sent ; par Anton Vo- 
dorinski, of Great Britain, op. 26, 
no. 1; piano. (Six vignettes, no. 1) 

[11850 

© June 7. 1916; 1 c. July 11, 
1916 ; E 380822 ; A. Hammond & co., 
London. 



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11851 



pt. Ill, 11. S., V. 11 



Nun's (The) vision; valse hesitation 
by Tito Natali, of Great Britain; 
piano. [11851 

© July. 17, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916; E 384737; Charles Sheard & 
eo., London. 

Nue das geld; lied aus der operette, 
Die millionengretl., text von Gustav 
Beer, musik von Franz Schonbaum- 
feld, of Austria. [11852 

© Dec. 1, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 3812ol; W. Karczag, Vi- 
enna. 

Nub ein teaum ; spieloper in zwei ak- 
ten, dichtung, frei nach Lothar 
Schmidts gleichnamigen lustspiel, 
und musik, von E. istel, of Ger- 
many ; klavierauszug mit text. 

[11853 

© 1 c. July 29, 1916; D 19695; 
Edgar Istel, Berlin-Wilmersdorf, 
Germany. 

Nub einmal kann man lieben ; wal- 
zerlied aus der operette, Liebes- 
zauber, text von Victor Leon, musik 
von Oscar Straus, of Austria ; ge- 
sang u. piano. fll854 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381441; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 

O be joyful in the Lobd (Jubilate 
Deo) ; words from Psalm C, music 
by Philip James, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices; in C; organ ace. 4to. (An- 
thems for mixed voices no. 12956.) 

[11855 

© July 5, 1916; 2 c. July 18, 
1916; E 387393; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

O bounteous love ; sacred song, words 
by Augustine Wright, music by 
Glenn W. Ashley, of U. S. ; medium 
voice. [11856 

© July 17. 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388513 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

O du liebeb Augustin. See Hassen- 
stein (Paul) Drei fugenscherze. 

O faieest orb, my thoughts to thee ; 
lyrics and music bv Florence Lu- 
gren, of U. S. [11857 

© July 28, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916 : E 388784 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 



O God of meecy, God of might; 
anthem, words by Godfrey Turing, 
music by C. S. Briggs, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices with bass solo and 
organ ace. 4to. (Anthem for mixed 
voices, with bass solo, no. 12S32.) 

[11858 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 18, 1916 ; 

E 387391 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

O gbant us light ; words by Lawrence 
Tuttiett, music by E. S. Hosmer, of 
U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. (Anthems 
for mixed voices, no. 10829.) 

[11859 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387078; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

O Jonathan ; lied aus der operette, 
Jung muss man sein, text von Leo 
Leipziger und Erich Urban, musik 
von, Gilbert, of Germany: fur 
klavier mit text. [11860 

© Aug. 27, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380948; Louis Ortel, Han- 
nover, Germany. 

O joyful light ; an evening hymn, 
words from Bishop Andre wes' 
Private devotions, music by Bowker 
Andrews, of England, mixed voices 
and organ. [11861 

© July 24, 1916; 1 c. July 24, 
1916 ; E 384755 ; Swan & co., Wat- 
son, Wilcock, ltd., London. 

O kommen sie docii in die inn'ee 
stadt mein kind; aus Auf befehl 
der herzogin, ein operetten-idyll, 
text v. Leopold Jacobson and Robert 
Bodanzky, musik von Bruno Gran- 
ichstaeclten, of Austria; gesang und 
piano. [11862 

© Mar. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380965; W. Karczag, 
Vienna. 

O LADY, LEAVE THY SILKEN THREAD ; 

part song, words by Thomas Hood, 
music by Addison F. Andrews, of 
U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. (Part 
song for mixed voices no. 12984.) 

[11863 
© July 6, 1916; 2 c. July 18, 
1916; E 387390; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

O poweb divine; words by Walter E. 

Baker, music by M. C. Wallace, of 

U. S. [11864 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388934; 

My r tie C. Wallace, Cambridge, Vt 



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no. 9, 1916 



11879 



O peomise me; words by Clement 
Scott, music by R. De Koven, op. 
50, arr. by Frank R. Rix, of U. S. ; 
sop. 1, alto 1 and 2. (8vo. choruses, 
no. 6555.) [11865 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388616; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

O susse mutter; ged. v. Fr. Rfickert, 
musik von Erhil Hochreiter, of 
Austria, op. 23, no. 1 ; gesang u. 
piano. [11866 

© June 15, 1916; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380953; Mas Pfeffer, 
Leipzig. 

O time ! take me back ; words and 
music by C. Jacobs-Bond, of U. S. ; 
high voice. [11867 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388508 ; Carrie Jacobs-Bond 
& son, Chicago. 

O WERE MY LOVE YON LILAC FAIR; 

words by Robert Burns, music by 
Harry M. Gilbert, of U. S. ; high 
voice. [11868 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388649; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Oberon ; overture, by C. M. von Weber, 
played by Marguerite Volany, of 
Austria, and Howard Brockway, of 
U. S. ; four hands. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls M 14406) [11869 
© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387798 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Ocean (The) king; words and music 
by H. Wakefield Smith, of U. S. ; 
bass voice. [11870 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. July 31, 1916 ; 
E 388792; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Oesterreichische volkshymne. See 
Uhl (Martin) Sechs hymnen. 

Oesterreichisches reiterlied ; ged. 
von Hugo Zuckermann, musik von 
Mathieu Neumann, of Germany, op. 
89, no. 3 ; gemischten chor ; partitur. 
4to. [11871 

© Dec. 20, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380984; M. Neumann, Diis- 
seldorf, Germany. 

Off for Mexico; words and music by 

E. M. Sparrow, of U. S. [11872 

© July 8. 1916 ; 2 c. July 12, 1916 ; 

E 388420 ; Emmelyn M. Sparrow, St. 

Louis. 



Off to school; march by C. Wieg- 
horst, of U. S. ; piano. Brooklyn, 
Rehbein bros. [11873 

© July 28, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916 ; E 388768 ; C. Wieghorst, Rich- 
mond Hill, N. Y. 

Off to war; descriptive selection, by 
Maurice F. Smith, of U. S. ; conduc- 
tor's score. [11874 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1916; E 387708; 
American graphophone co., New 
York. 

Offenbach (Jacques) Intermezzo und 
barkarole; aus der oper, Hoffmanns 
erzahlungen, von J. Offenbach, ein- 
gerichtet von Paul Hassenstein, of 
Germany ; normal-harmonium. 

[11875 
© Oct. 6, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916; 
E 380975; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Oh, wondrous night ; barcarolle 

from the opera Les contes d'Hoff- 
mann, English version by Harold 
Flammer, of U. S., music by J. Offen- 
bach, arr. by Max Spicker; sop. 1 
and 2 and alto. (8vo. choruses, no. 
6558) [11876 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388612; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
English version.] 

Quartett aus Die verlobung bei 

der laterne ; von J. Offenbach, bearb. 
von Paul Hassenstein, of Germany ; 
normal-harmonium. [11877 

© Oct 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380974; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Oh ! don't you remember sweet Alice, 
Ben Bolt. See Old time song favor- 
ites. 

Oh ! how she could yacki hacki 
wicki wacki woo ; words by Stan- 
ley Murphy and Chas. McCarron, 
music by Albert von Telzer, of U. S. 

[11878 
© July 3, 1916 ; 2 c. July 20, 1916 ; 
E 387430; Broadway music Corp., 
New York. 

Oh ! I wish I had a boy ; words by 
R. D. Ritchie, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [11879 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388532; 
Rufus D. Ritchie, Grassy Lake, 
Alta, Canada. 



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11880 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Oh, meet me at the little spooney 

station ; words and music by J. W. 

Albert, of U. S. [11880 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1916; E 387926; 

John Warren Albert, New Orleans. 

OH ! PEOMISE ME THAT YOU'LL COME 

back to.Alabam'; fox trot, by Geo. 
W. Meyer, played by Pete Wendling, 
of U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls B 14832) [11881 

© May 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
191G ; E 387740 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Oh, saceed hour; words by Dr. Hun- 
ter, music by Fred Sloop, jr., of 
U. S. [11882 

© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 390231; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Oh ! that joy eide ; words by L. Long- 
street, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [11883 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387655; 
Leon Longstreet, Covington, Ky. 

OH ! TO BE THE BELLE OF THE BALL J 

written by A. J. Mills, composed by 
Bennett Scott, of England. (Popu- 
lar song successes, no. 227) [11884 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1916 ; E 381614 ; Star music pub. co., 
London. 

Oh, what a time I had with Minnie 
the mermaid ; words and music by 
B. deSilva, of U. S., arr. by A. D. 
Hunter, of U. S. [11885 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387583; 
Bud deSilva, Los Angeles. 

Oh, wondrous night. See Offenbach 
( Jacques ) 

Oh, you haunting waltz; sphinx, 
music by Francis Popy, arr. by S. 
Deshon, of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. 

[11886 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916 ; E 388971 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Ojos azules ; valse hesitation, de J. 
de Jesus Martinez, of Mexico ; piano. 
Mexico City, Enrique Munguia. 

[11887 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
vl916; E 381121; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 



Old master's fox-trot; by Robert A. 
Keiser and Eugene Platzmann, of 
U. S. ; piano. [11888 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 25, 
1916 ; E 387456 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Old songs for young America, v 2; 
words traditional, music by Clar- 
ence Forsyth, of U. S. [11889 
© 1 c. June 21, 1916; E 388619; 
Mary Layman Forsyth, Indianapolis. 

Old time song favorites, no. 4 ; intro. 
Flow gently sweet Afton, We'd bet- 
ter bide a wee, Oh! don't you re- 
member sweet Alice, Ben Bolt, 
played by Andrei Kmita, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, G 
13593) [11890 

© Dec. 20, 1915; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 388403 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Old Uncle Sam is calling; rally 
song, words and music by A. 
Stringer, of U. S., arr. by W. B. 
Fassbinder, Minneapolis, Minn., The 
American pub. co. [11891 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916; E 388903; Alfred Stringer, 
Minneapolis. 

Old (The) wooden pier; words and 
music by T. J. Lillis, of U. S. 

[11892 
© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1916 ; 
E 387691; Thos. J. Lillis, Jersey 
City. 

Ole Miss ; rag, by William C. Handy, 
of U. S. ; piano. [11893 

© July 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916 ; E 390076 ; Pace & Handy mu- 
sic co., Memphis. 

Olejlnder blossoms ; morceau de 
salon, by F. Haentschel, of U. S. ; 
piano. [11894 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388640; Thos. Goggan & 
bro., Galveston, Tex. 
Olive (The) branch; overture, by Ed- 
ward Hazel, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[11895 
© July 10, 1916; 2.c. July 17, 
1916; E 388478; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 
Omar; oriental sketch, by Mathilde 
Bilbro, of U. S. ; piano. Two char- 
acteristic pieces. [11896 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916 ;' E 389005 ; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



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no. 9, 1916 



11915 



On a summer night; slow fox trot. 
by Gus Edwards, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11897 
© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 388354; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

On Lake Champlain ; lyric by Al- 
fred Bryan, music by Albert Gumble, 
of U. S. [11S98 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916; E 390070; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

On eeview. See Choice selections for 
the banjo. 

On the aem of the old arm chair; 
words by Bobby Heath, music by 
Arthur Lange, of U. S. [11899 

© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916; E 387525; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

On the campus ; march and two- 
step by Chas. Southwell, of U. S. ; 
band. 4to. [11900 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 387441; Geo. Southwell, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

On the garden walk; by Alice Ben- 
nett Wing, of U. S. ; piano. (In 
Out of doors, Summy edition, no. 
73.) [11901 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 3, 
1916 ; E 388211 ; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

On the hills of Judah ; words by 
I. F. L., music, folk-song harmon- 
ized by Helen M. Browne, of U. S. 

[11902 
© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 
E 389017; Ida F. Leyda, Chicago. 
[Copyright is claimed on the har- 
monization.] 

On the old veranda, my home sweet 
home; words and music by F. E. 
White, of U. S. [11903 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 387734; Forest Everett 
White, Denver. 

On the plains of old Mexico ; words 
and music by B. M. Berchtold, of 
U. S. Sigel, 111., Berchtold bros. 

[11904 
© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916; E 387287; Bertha M. Berch- 
told, Sigel, 111. 

On the right side of Bond street; 
from The Bing boys are here, words 
by Ralph Roberts, music by Philip 
Brahain, of U. S. [11905 

© June 27, 1916; 1 c. June 27, 
1916; 1 c. July 5, 1916; E 388280; 
B. Feldman & co., London. 



On the South Sea Isle ; words and 
music by Harry Von Tilzer, of U. S. 

[11906 
© July 10, 1916 ; 2 c. July 10, 1916 ; 
E 388333; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

On the way to Mexico ; words by O. 
F. Miller, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [11907 
© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388721; 
Oliver F. Miller, Kulpmont, Pa. 

On the way to the wood ; by Florence 
Newell Barbour, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Days of sunshine) [11908 

© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387585; Arthur P. Schmidt CO., 
Boston. 

On to Mexico ; marching song, words 
and music by A. Gringo [pseud, of 
E. H. Peabody] of U. S. [11909 

© July 7, 1916 ; 2 c. July 22, 1916 ; 
E 387452; Ernest H. Peabody, New 
York. 

On to Plattsburg ; march, by Herbert 
W. Lowe, of U. S. ; 4to. ( Standard 
edition no. 433 and no. 307) 1. Orch. 
2. Military band. [11910,11911 

© June 29, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 18, 
1916 ; E 387388, 387389. Oliver Dit- 
son co., Boston. 

Once in awhile: by E. Runnals, of 
U. S. ; words and melody. [11912 

© 1 c. July 31, 1916; E 388902; 
Eva Runnals, Puyallup, Wash. 

One fleeting hour ; by Dorothy Lee, 
plyed by Jane Harold, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls F 
15223) [11913 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387779 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation] 

One hundred souls for Jesus ; words 
and music by Caroline C. Fuller, of 
U. S., arr. by Henrietta Langille, of 
U. S. 4to. [11914 

© July 21. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 388808; Mrs. G. W. Fuller, Chi- 



One kiss leads to another; duet, 
words by Arthur Wimperis, music by 
Herman Finck, of England. [11915 
© July 7, 1916; 1 c. July 28 t 
1916 ; E 381124 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 



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11916 



pt. in, n. S., v. 11 



One little lonesome heaet; some- 
where, words by C. K. Neiheisel, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [11916 

© 1 c. Aug .5, 1916; B 387653; 
C. K. Neiheisel, Waterloo, la. 

One step eag ; by Walter Alexander. 

of U. S., arr. by William C. Pollai 

of U. S. ; piano. [11917 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387468; 

Karczag pub. co., New York. 

One sweetly solemn thought ; an- 
them, words by Phoebe Carey, music 
by A. W. Lansing, of U. S. ; men's 
voices. (Octavo series, no. 408.) 

[11918 
© Aug. 14, 1916 ; 2 "c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387802 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Only a faded glove; words by M. B. 
Tyrone, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [11919 

© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388730; 
Maggy Brown Tyrone, Bald Knob, 
Ark. 

Only a faded rose; words by Esfler 

Shafer, music by Harry Northrup, 

of U. S. [11920 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388549; 

Thos. Achenbach, Easton, Pa. 

Only a withered rose; words by L. 

Schmitt, music by Raymond 

Browne, of U. S. [11921 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390013; 

Lily Schmitt, New York. 

Only thou ; words and music by P. B. 

Dykes, of U. S. [11922 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389317; 

Pauline Browning Dykes, Salt Lake 

City, Utah. 

Open now thy gates of beauty; 
hymn anthem for festival or general 
use, words by Benjamin Schmolk, 
tr. by Catherine Winkworth, music 
by E. S. Hosmer, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Anthems for mixed 
voices, no. 10831) [11923 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387077; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Open your heart to love; from The 
amber empress, words by Marcus C. 
Connelly, music by Zoel Parenteau 
of U. S. [11924 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 387954; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter. New York. 



Opening; by W. C. Henderson, of 
U. S., op. 252 ; instrumental. [11925 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1916; E 388959; 
Wm. C. Henderson, New York. 

Opening chorus ; words and music by 
W. C. Henderson, of U. S., op. 243. 

[11926 
© 1 c. July 26, 1916; E 388682; 
Wm. C. Henderson, New York. 

op. 245. [11927 

© 1 c. July 26, 1916; E 388684; 
Wm. C. Henderson, New York. 

Opening chorus, Politics ; words and 

music by W. C. Henderson, of U. S., 

op. 244. [11928 

© 1 c. July 26, 1916; E 388683; 

Wm. C. Henderson, New York. 

Opening opus 250; words and music 
by W. C. Henderson, of U. S. [11929 
© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388716; 
William C. Henderson, New York. 

Operatic (An) nightmare; desecra- 
tion no. 2, fox trot, a rag classic, by 
Felix Arndt, of U. S. ; piano. [11930 
© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387665 ; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Orchard (The) in bloom; pastoral 
scene, by Florence Newell Barbour, 
of U. S. ; piano. (Nature pictures) 

[11931 
© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387589; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Oriental dreams ; waltz by Frederick 
Emil Consort [pseud, of W. A. H. 
Cook], arr. by Sol Plevy and Fred- 
erick Emil Consort, of U. S. ; piano. 

[11932 

© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1916; E 387815; 
Wilbur A. H. Cook, New York. 

Original pas a double flamenco; by 
E. La Dae and V. Macchia, of U. S. ; 
for piano. [11933 

© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1916; E 387956; 
Evelyn La Dae & Vincent Macchia, 
New York. 

Oriole's (The) nest; by Alice Ben- 
nett Wing, of U. S. ; piano. (In Out 
of doors, Summy edition, no. 73) 

[11934 

© June 29, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 388208; Clayton F. Summv co., 
Chicago. 



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11953 



Oue America ; words by J. W. Camp- 
bell, music by Clias. Henlein, of 
U. S. (Norwood octavo music, no. 
39) [11935 

© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916 ; E 390077 ; Jos. Krolage music 
co., Cincinnati. 

Our American girl; words by R. H. 
Kelly, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [11936 
© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387563; 
Raymond H. Kelly, Buffalo. 

Our boys; words and music by F. M. 

Smith, of U. S. [11937 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 

1916 ; E 387544 ; Fred M. Smith, San 

Francisco. 

Our boys down on the border ; words 
and music by H. J. Isaacs, of U. S., 
arr. by Beatrice S. Norton, of U. S. 
Los Angeles, H. Joe Isaacs & bro. 
music pub. co. [11938 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1916 ; 
E 387814; H. Joe Isaacs, Los An- 
geles. 

Our brave boys are marching; patri- 
otic song, words and music by N. M. 
Paddack, of U. S., arr. by H. Edgar 
Fredenburgh, of U. S. [11939 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388830; Nina M. Paddack, East 
Onondaga, N. Y. 

Our country forever ; national march, 
by Geo. Bowen [pseud, of R. G. 
Gradi], of U. S. ; piano. [11940 

© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916 ; E 389213 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Our flag and Mexico; words by W. 

Stevenson, music by J. E. Andino,' 

of U. S. [11941 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389304; 

Wm. Stevenson, Tonopah, Nev. 

Our fortress ; words from Psalm 142, 
music by Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. 
8vo. [11942 

© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 387824; United Presbyte- 
rian board of publication, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Our Ir;sh- Americans ; by C. F. 
Stayner, of U. S. ; piano. Salt Lake 
City, Stayner music pub. co. 

[11943 
© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 388468; Charles Frederick 
Stayner, Salt Lake City. 



Our Lord divine ; words and music by 
J. A. M. Kimber, of U. S. [11944 
© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916 ; E 388472 ; John Anthony Mor- 
ris Kimber, Newport, R. I. 

Our nation's burdens; words by 

Harry Schenck, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [11945 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 387998; 

Harry Schenck, Provincetown, Mass. 

Our nominee; march, by Walter Es- 

berger, of U. S. ; band. 4to. [11946 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 

1916; E 388487; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 

Our perfect love ; poem and music by 

Jack Burnett, arr. by Harry Alford, 

of U. S. [11947 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388915; 

Grace Carlita, Chicago. 

Our Pilot ; words and music by H. L. 

Goodwin, of U. S. [11948 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. July 1, 

1916; E 388220; Herbert Le Roy 

Goodwin, Mannsville, N. Y. 

Our ready Sammys ; found in an old 
trunk, words and music anonymous, 
music arr. by Jas. G. Ellis, of U. S. 
Chicago, HI., American music pub- 
lishers. [11949 
© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 388633 ; H. S. Talbot, Chi- 
cago. 

Our soldier boys now are marching ; 

words and music by J. E. Sechrist, 

of U. S. [11950 

© 1 c. July 5, 1916; E 388260; 

Jess E. Sechrist, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Out in the fields ; by John Desmond 
Courtney, of U. S., op. 12, no. 2; 
piano. (From dawn till dusk, no. 2) 

[11951 
© July 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1916 ; E 387597 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Out of the past; words by P. J. 
O'Reilly, music by Charles Marshall, 
of Great Britain ; no. 3 in C. 

[11952 
© July 7, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 384733 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Over the hills of June; waltz song, 
words by Fred G. Bowles, music by 
C. Edgar Ford, of U. S. [11953 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 388803; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 



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Ovee the meadow ; by Owen Cameron, 

of U. S. ; piano. [11954 

© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 

1916; E 388576; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 

Owls (The) cotillion; by Kerry 
Mills, of U. S. ; orch., with piano 
ace. 4to. [11955 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. July 18, 
1916; E 378461; Music craftsmas- 
ters, inc., Montclair, N. J. 

Owst (W. G.) Chansonette; by W. 
G. Owst, of U. S. ; piano. (Three 
pieces for the piano, no. 2) [11956 
© Aug. 15, 1916; .2 c. Aug. 18, 
1916; E 387891; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Prelude ; by W. G. Owst, of U. S. ; 

piano. (Three pieces for the piano, 
no. 1) [11957 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18, 
1916; E 387890; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Paatjau waltz ; a song of Hawaii, 
words by John U. Iosepa, music by 
C. E. King, of U. S. [11958 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 387972; Chas. E. King, 
Honolulu. 

Paean of triumph ; march by Walter 
Esberger, of U. S. 4to. 1. Band.— 
2. Orch. [11959, 11960 

© July 10, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 17, 
1916; E 388476, 388477; Fillmore 
brothers co., Cincinnati. 

Paloma (La) (The dove) ; cancion 
Espagnole of S. Yradier, of Spain, 
arr. by Henry Edmond Earle, of 
U. S.; piano. [11961 

© Apr. 6, 1916 ; 1 c. June 15. 1916 ; 
1 c. July 1, 1916; E 384428; W. A. 
Quincke & co., Los Angeles. 

Pan Handle (The) blues; by W. E. 
Wright, of U. S. ; piano. Amarillo, 
Tex., E. F. Finklea. [11962 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 387830; Wm. Eugene 
Wright, Amarillo, Tex. 

Panic (The) blues; words by H. S. 
Holmes, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [11963 
© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387475; 
Henrel S. Holmes, Mobile, Ala. 

Pannier and peruke ; gavotte, by J. L. 

Frank, of.U. S. ; piano. [11964 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 

1916; E 388433; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 



Papillon ; par Charles Breton, of 

Great Britain; piano. [11965 

© July 18, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 

1916; E 384735; Allan & co., prop. 

ltd., Melbourne, Australia. 

Papoose lullaby; words by Margaret 
Vander Veer, music by C. L. Tunis, 
of U. S. [11966 

© 1 c. June 27, 1916; E 388123; 
Claudia Lennox Tunis, Metuchen, 
N. J. 

Hapafjivdi (To) rrjs NepcuSas; (The 
dream of Neraidas); selection from the 
opera Ilepoufe, by 9. I. Sa/v'eXXapiSou, 
arr. by P. Tesio, of U. S.; 2 mando- 
lins and guitar. (Oriental music 1001) . 

[11967 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 15, 
1916; E 386600; Peter Tesio, New 
York. 

Parsifal. See Wagner (Richard) 

Parting prayer; words by I. F. L., 
music arr. from Mozart by Helen M. 
Browne, of U. S. [11968 

© Aug. 8, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916 ; E 389026 ; Ida F. Leyda, Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement and harmonization.] 

Pas bileux; paroles de Leognan, mu- 
sique de Leon Raiter, of France; 
chant et piano, et partie pour chant 
seul. [11969 

© July 8, 1916; 1 c. July 25, 
1916; E 381107; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 

Pass it on; words by Henry Burton, 
music by F. E. Oliver, of U. S. 

[11970 
© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1916 ; 
E 390236 ; French E. Oliver, Kansas 
City, Mo. 

Passing down the line; song march 
and two step, words and music by 
W. C. Piatt, of U. S. [11971 

© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916; E 387271; W. C. Piatt, Chi- 
cago. 

Passing dreams ; words by Walter 
Parke, music by Edward St. Quen- 
tin, of Great Britain; no. 2 in B 
flat. [11972 

© July 17, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916; E 384738; Charles Sheard & 
co., London. 

Passing (The) minstrel. See Chil- 
dren's (The) hour. 



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11989 



Passing of the eed man ; Indian 
characteristic, by K. L. King, of 
U. S. ; piano. [11973 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389206; O. L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa, la. 

Pastoral; by W. J. Fenney, of Eng- 
land, op. 5; small orchestra. Lon- 
don, Stainer and Bell, ltd. [11974 
© July 13, 1916; 1 c. July 31, 
1916 ; E 381134 ; William J. Fenney, 
Birmingham, England. 

Pastorale; quintet by C. Roberts, of 
England; string orchestra, score. 
London, Stainer & Bell, ltd. [11975 
© July 14, 1916; 1 c. July 31, 
1916; E 381133; Clifford Roberts, 
Tipton, Staffs., England. 

See also Bachmann (Georges) 

Pat and Maey-Ann on circus 
grounds ; words and music by N. 
Riault, of U. S. [11976 

© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388664; Noel Theriault, 
Holyoke, Mass. 

Peace ; part song, words and music by 
Arthur F. Fuller, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [11977 

© June 8. 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916; E 387266; Anchor pub. co., 
Los Angeles. . 

Peace and liberty; march by C. L. 
Gordon, of U. S., arr. bv R. L. Halle, 
of U. S. ; band. 4co. [11978 

© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 13. 
1916 ; E 388452 ; Charles L. Gordon, 
Jamaica, N. Y. 

Peace triumphal; words by Samuel 
Piatt, music by Abbie Gerrish Jones, 
of U. S. ; in E flat and in C. 

[11979 
© July 3, 1916; 2 c. each June 
26, 19.16; E 387277; Gamble hinged 
music co., Chicago. 

Peace (The) waltz; by T. E. Kelie- 
her, of U. S. [New York point.] 

[11980 

© 1 c. June 9, 1916; E 383845; 

Thomas E. Kelleher, Ashland, Wis. 

Pearl (The) of Japan; by G. Me- 
rola, of U. S. ; piano. [11981 

© 1 c. July 1, 1916; E 388228; 
Gaetano Merola, New York. 

Peccadilles importunes ; paroles et 
musique par Erik Satie, of France; 
piano et chant. Contents: — 1. Etre 
jaloux de son camarade qui a une 



Peccadilles importunes — Continued. 
grosse t§te. — 2. Lui. manger sa tar- 
tine. — 3. Profiter de ce qu'il a des 
cors aux pieds pour lui prendre son 
cerceau. [11982 

© July 8, 1916 : 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 
E 381111 ; E. Demets, Paris. 

Peer Gynt suite no. 2. See Grieg 

(E. H.) 
Peggy dear ; words by T. and R. Lada, 

music by T. Lada. of U. S. ; violin 

ace. [11983 

© 1 c. July 17, 1916; E 388467; 

Tony and Rae Lada, Streater, 111. 

Pensee melodique; par Jean Sibelius, 
op. 40, no. 6, arr. par A. Kleinecke, 
of Germany; piano. (Pensees 
lyriques, no. 6.) [11984 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29. 1916 ; 
E 381322 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Pensee rom antique ; by Otto Hackh, 
played by Felix Gerdts, of Austria. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls H 
14014) [11985 

© Feb. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1918 ; E 384875 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Pepper-pot (The) woman ; words and 
music by C. L. Tunis, of U. S. 

[11986 
© 1 c. June 27, 1916; E 388125; 
Claudia Lennox Tunis, Metuchen, 
N. J. 

Perfect ( The ) law ; words from 
Psalm 19, music by Chas. H. Ga- 
briel, of U. S. 8vo. [11987 
© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 387823; United Presbyte- 
rian board of publication, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Perfect love ; love song, words by 
George Allen, music by Edward G. 
Nomis, of U. S. New York, Luck- 
hardt & Belder. [11988 

© July 8, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 388334; L. B. Turney, 
Brooklyn. 

Perfect (The) song; love strain from 
The birth of a nation, by Joseph 
Carl Breil, played by Andrei Kmita, 
of U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls F 13313) [11989 

© Nov. 20, 1915; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387765 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



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Peelen bedeuten teanen ; lied aus 
der operette, Der kiinstliche mensch, 
text von A. M. Willner und R. Oes- 
terreicher, musik von Leo Fall, of 
Austria ; gesang und piano. [11990 
© Sept. 30, 1915: 1 c. July 6, 
1916; E 380826; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky ) , Leipzig. 

Petersburg ; words by E. D. MacFee, 
music by W. J. Burleigh, of U. S. 

[11991 
© July 20. 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388554; E. D. MacFee, 
Petersburg, Va. 

Petit prelude a la journee. See En- 
fantillages pittoresques. 

Petite serenade ; by D. Henry Stew- 
art, of Australia, arr. and fingered 
by Felix Godard, of Australia ; piano 
solo. (Academy series, no. 31.) 

[11992 
© July 17. 1916; 1 c. July 19, 
1916 ; E 384725 ; W. H. Paling & co., 
ltd., Sydney, Australia. 

Petite suite; by A. Francis Pinto, 
of U. S., op. 68; violin, cello and 
piano. Contents: — (a) Reverie, pas- 
torale. — (b) Poem, the rosemary. — 
(c) Intermezzo. — (d) Serenade cap- 
priccioso. [11993 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 388622; Internal! music 
pub. co., New York. 

Phantasie; aus des oper, Mona Lisa, 
von Max Schillings, dichtung von 
Beatrice Dovsky, musik arr. von C. 
Morena, of Austria, op. 31; klavier 
zweihandig. [11994 

© Dec. 30. 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381428; Drei masken ver- 
lag, g. m. b. h., Munich. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 

Phony (A) romance; by Eddie Raye, 
of U. S. ; melody only. [11995 

© 1 c. July 31, 1916; E 388775; 
Herman A. Meyer, Philadelphia. 

Phototune (The) ; by W. C. Simon, 

of U. S. ; piano. [11996 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 9, 

1916; E 387690; Walter C. Simon, 

New York. 

Pickin' 'em up and layin' 'em down ; 
from Broadway and buttermilk, 
lyric by Schuyler Greene, music by 
Charles N. Grant, of U. S. [11997 
© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 
E 387698; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 



Pieces variees. See Schumann 
(R. A.) 

Pierrot; intermezzo, by Emile Foss 
Christiani, of U. S., op. 110 ; pf . 

[11998 
© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 
E 388879; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Pizzicato gavot ; by Johannes Pache, 
eel. by Hugo Ries, of U. S. ; violin, 
violencello and piano. (House trios, 
series 2 and 3) [11999 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18, 
1916; E 387888; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

Plain (A) old-fashioned girlie; 
words and music by George Byrd 
Dougherty, of U. S. ; words and 
melody. [12000 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 387732; 
Henry Piatt, New York. 

Play-time ; by Franz Behr, rev. and 
ed. with instructions as to interpre- 
tation and method of study, bio- 
graphical sketch, story and glossary 
by Emerson Whithorne, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Selected edition, progres- 
sive series, no. 226, grade 1-b) 

[12001 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387361; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Pleading with a lost soul; words 
and music by J. M. Dustman, of U. 
S. [12002 

© July 3, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388267; Jacob M. Dustman, Ur- 
bana, Ind. 

Please, Mister President, we don't 
want war ; words and music by 
Alfred E. Williams, of U. S. New 
York P. J. Howley music co. [12003 
© July 2, 1916 ; 2 c. July 27, 1916 ; 
E 387513; A. E. Williams, Arnett, 
Okl. 

Same. [12004 

© July 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E388756; A. E. Williams, Arnett, 
Okl. 

Please send back my soldier boy; 

words by R. Newland, music by J. E. 

Andino, of XL S. [12005 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389314; 

Ray Newland, Cincinnati. 

Poem, the rosemary. See Petite 
suite. 



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12022 



Poiltj (Un) pour deux ; operette en un 
acte, paroles de Jean Conti et Al- 
fred Moyne, musique de Henri Moris- 
son, of France. [12006 
© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916 ; D 19700 ; Philippo, Paris. 

Polish festival. See Scenes abroad. 

Polonaise. See Chopin (F. F.) 

Ponder my words, O God; anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by 
James H. Rogers, of U. S. ; alto 
solo and mixed cho. 4to. (Series 
of anthems for mixed voices, no. 
4008) [12007 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1916 ; 
E 387701; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Porta hungarica ; marsch von C. 
Morena, of Austria, op. 132; blech- 
musik. [12008 

© Dec. 30. 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381429 ; Drei masken verlag, 
g. m, b. h., Munich. 

Powder and patches. See Children's 
(The) hour. 

Power to save; words and music by 

B. Hassett, of U. S. 4to. [12009 

© Aug. 10. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 11, 

1916 E 388933; Burdett Hassett, 

Riverton, Va. 

Praise the Lord Jehovah ; words by 
Julia H. Johnston, music by D. B. 
Towner, of U. S. [12010 

© May 11, 1916 ; 2 c. July 12, 1916 ; 
E 388424; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Praise waiteth for Thee; words 
from the Bible, music by Paul Am- 
brose, of U. S. ; mixed voices. (Oc- 
tavo series, mixed voices, no. 1175) 

[12011 
© July 25, 1916: 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388702; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Praise ye the Lord : words and music 

by J. A. Barney, of U. S. [12012 

© Mar. 15. 1916; 2 c. July 24, 

1916 ; E 388625 ; Wright Barney co., 

Rumney, N. H. - 

■ words from the Bible, music by 

Win. Lyndon Wright, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. (Octavo series, sa- 
cred no. 1183) [12013 
© July 19, 1916: 2 c. July 19, 
1916 : E 387415 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



Prayer; by Emil Sulzbach. ed. by C. 
Roepper, of U. S. ; violoncello with 
piano ace. (Violoncello music, se- 
ries 3, no. 121) [12014 
© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389226; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

words and music bv J. V. Baird, 

of U. S. [12015 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 29, 
1916; E 388274; Joseph Vernon 
Baird, Chicago. 

words from Scripture, music by 

N. Lindsay Norden, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Choral music, series 
33. Sacred quartets and choruses, 
no. 1282) [12016 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18, 
1916; E 387885; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Prayer at twilight : words by T. 
Moore, music by S. E. Lovatt, arr. by 
Paul Ambrose, of U. S. ; male voices. 
(Octavo series men's voices no. 405.) 

[12017 

© July 19. 1916: 2 c. July 19, 

1916 ; E 387416 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Prelude. See Chopin (F. F.) — Owst 

(W. G.)— Rachmaninoff (Sergei) 
Prepared : militarv march, bv Max E. 
Schmidt, of U. S. : piano. [12018 

© Julv 27. 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916; E 388735; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 
Preparedness ; inarch or one-step, by 
L. A. Ringgold, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12019 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390010; 

Lottie A. Ringgold, Baltimore, Md. 

march two-step, by G. Deiro, arr. 

bv F. H. Losey. of U. S. : piano. 

[12020 
© 1 c. Aug. 14. 1916: E 388944; 
Guido Deiro, San Francisco. 

military march by Theron Per- 
kins, of U. S. : band, with text. obi. 
24mo. [12021 
© July 6. 1916: 2 c. July 11, 
1916; E 388407; Christie music co., 
Boston. 

pacifist vs. patriot, a colloquy, 

lyric by A. G. Murray, music by 
F. H. Murray, of U. S. [12022 

© Aug. 5, 1916 : 2 c. Aug. 11, 1916 ; 
E 387718; F. Hortense Murray, 
Springfield, 111. 



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12023 



pt. in, n. s M v. 11 



Peepaeedness — Continued. 

words and music by B. J. Moore, 

of Ireland, domiciled at Jersey City. 

[12023 
© July 8, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916; E 388453; Bride J. Moore, 
Jersey City. 

words by J. M. Hopkins, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12024 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388922; 
Jennie M. Hopkins, Saint Clair, 
Mich. 

words by T. C. Hoyt, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12025 
© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388552; 
T. C. Hoyt, Ogden, Utah. 

Peepaeedness blues ; by C. W. Hill- 
man, of U. S., arr. by Alex Valen- 
tine, of U. S. ; piano. [12026 
© 1 c. July 13, 1916; E 388449; 
Charles Warren Hillman, Memphis, 
Tenn. 

Peettiest (The) flag afloat; words 
by Houston Melbourne Sydney, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12027 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388525; 
H. M. Sydney, San Diego, Gal. 

Peieee; by Mary Helen Brown, of 
U. S. ; violin and piano. [12028 

© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916; E 387268; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



Peimeose (The). 
pieces. 



See Little flower 



Peince Caeol; march by A. Krato- 
chvil, jun., arr. by P. Tesio, of U. S. ; 
2 mandolins and guitar. (Oriental 
music 1003) [12029 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 15, 
1916; E 386602; Peter Tesio, New 
York. 

Peincesse (La) et le nain ; ballet, 
by Gerald Onativia, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12030 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 387429; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Peofitee de ce qtj'il a des goes atjx 
pieds poue lui peendee son ceeceau. 
See Peccadilles importunes. 



Peogeessive fingee conteol; selected 
studies, by Hermann Berens, arr., 
augmented and ed. by Fritz von 
Bose, of Germany ; piano, bk. 1. 

[12031 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 381492; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement, augmenting and edit- 
ing.] 

Peogeessive music seeies, book 3 ; 
Gregorian chant supplement; selec- 
tion of antiphons [by Joseph 
Schrembs and Gregory Huegle] of 
U. S. 47, [1] p. 8vo. [12032 

© July 29, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff . Aug. 
3, 1916; A 436249; Silver, Burdett 
& co., Boston. 

Peospeeity and Hughes ; campaign 
song, words by Harry S. Locke, mu- 
sic by Henry C. Work, of U. S. 
St. Paul, Minn., Song pub. co. 

[12033 
© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July" 28, 
1916 ; E 388753 ; Harry S. Locke, St. 
Paul. 

Peotection is the watchwoed; 

words and music by J. Chadwick, 

of U. S. [12034 

© 1 c. July 10, 1916; E 387276; 

James Chadwick, Newark. 

Pua mohala ; arr. by Dave Langlands, 
of U. S. ; key of D or 2 sharps; 
ukulele. 4to. [12035 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 12, 
1916; E 383867; Southern Califor- 
nia music co., Los Angeles. [Copy- 
right is caimed on arrangement in 
chart form.] 

Punch and Judy. See At the toy- 
shop. 

Pueple and gold ; intermezzo by Oscar 

Allon, of England; piano. [12036 

© June 16, 1916; 1 c. June 20, 

1916; E 384535; E. Osborne & co., 

ltd., London. 

Push-mobile (The) teain ; by Alice 
Bennett Wing, of U. S. ; piano. (In 
Out of doors, Summy edition, no. 
73.) [12037 

© June 29, 1916; 2 c. July 3, 
1916; E 388209; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Pussyfoot; fox trot by Slap White 
[i. e. James White], of U. S. ; piano. 

[12038 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E' 388523; Frank K. Root & 
co., Chicago. 



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no. 9, 1916 



12057 



Quartet in E minor ; by F. Bridge, 
of England; violin 1 & 2, viola and 
cello. 4to. [12039 

© June 16, 1916; 1 c. June 19, 
1916; E 384586; Frank Bridge, % 
Gary & co., London. 

QUARTETT AUS DlE VERLOBTJNG BEI DER 

laterne. See Offenbach (Jacques) 

Queen Mab ; two-part song, words by 
Thomas Hood, music by W. S. Des- 
borough, of England; 1 st and 2 nd 
sopranos and piano. [12040 

© June 30, 1916; 1 c. July 1, 
1916; E 384574; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Question (The) ; words and music by 
J. H. Darlington, of U. S. 1. Sacred 
song. 2. Quartet ; mixed voices. 

[12041, 12042 
© June 30, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 1, 
1916; E 388253, 388254; James 
Henry Darlington, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Raccoon rag ; by E. Bianco, of U. S. ; 
piano. [12043 

© 1 c. July 13, 1916; E 387272; 
Emilio Bianco, Forest Park, III. 

Race (The) ; by E. O. Schaaf, of U. 

S. ; op. 29, no. 1. [12044 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390012; 

Edward Oswald Schaaf, Newark, 

N. J. 

Rachmaninoff (Seegei) Prelude; by 
S. Rachmaninoff, op. 3, no. 2, simpli- 
fied and transposed by Henry S. 
Sawyer, of U. S. : in D minor ; 
piano. [12045 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 387294 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement and transposition.] 

Raggin' the tango ; words and music 
by G. H. Berry, of U. S. [12046 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388931; 
Geo. Howard Berry, Cincinnati. 

Ragging the dog ; dance from The 
Bing boys are here, by Nat D. Ayer, 
of U. S. ; piano. [12047 

© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 27, 
1916; E 388130; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Rag-time jingles ; one-step, by Al J. 
Markgraf, played by Pete Wendling, 
of U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls, B 14502) [12048 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 388402 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



Ragtime southern moon ; words and 
music by Ellsworth Jennings and 
Theodore Bedell, jr., of U. S. [arr. 
by Mornay D. Helm] of U. S. 

[12049 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 387988; 
Eastern music pub. co., Freeport, 
N. Y. 

Rahab ; oper in einem aufzug, dich- 
tung von Oskar F. Mayer, musik von 
Clemens von Franckenstein, of Ger- 
many, op. 32; orchester mit text 
Partitura no. 2. [12050 

© Jan. 31, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381277; Drei masken ver- 
lag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 

Railroad (A) life, is the life for 

me ; words by Geo. A. Isbell, music 

by Homer Tourjee, of U. S. [12051 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387602; 

Arthur Payne, Los Angeles. 

Rain ; words by Margaret Maitland 
Radford, music by Cyril Scott, of 
England ; no. 1 for low or medium 
voice. [12052 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 381507 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Rainbow memories ; words by Harvey 
M. Watts, music by S. Myers, of 
U. S. Philadelphia, M. D. Swisher. 

[12053 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 387990; Samuel Myers, 
Philadelphia. 

Raindrops ; by Georg Eggeling, of Ger- 
many, op. 185, no. 2 ; piano. ( Grace 
and rapidity) [12054 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381494; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Raise to the breezes the purple and 
the white; words by Lewis M. 
Knapp, music by J. S. Bixler, of 
U. S. [12055 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388872; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

Rally, boys, to the standard; words 
by Mrs. M. J. Payton, music by Ed- 
ward W. Miller, of Great Britain. 

[12056 
© Julv 24, 1916; 1 c. July 26, 
1916; E 384777; M. J. Payton, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Rambling sparkes ; one step or two 

step, by P. Reitmeyer, of U. S. ; solo 

B cornet. [12057 

© 1 c. Apr. 6, 1916; E 387507; 

Paul Reitmeyer, Sheppton, Pa. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Ramon a, I love you ; words and music 
by Harry Dull, of U. S. [12058 

© June 19, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388634; Lloyd Brown, Los An- 
geles. 

Ramona waltzes ; by H. D. Luban, 
of U. S., arr. by Engene Platzmann, 
of U. S. ; piano. [12059 

© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 388342; Harry D. Luban, 
Brooklyn. 

Ravishing butterfly (Ravissant pa- 
pillon) ; words and music by Flor- 
ence Turner-Maley, of U. S. [12060 
© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388651; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Recessional; by Reginald de Koven, 
arr. by J. L. Frank, of U. S. ; in D ; 
piano. [12061 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 18, 
1916; E 388494; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Recruiting (The) sergeant; fall in, 
march and two-step, by Carlile Ver- 
non, of Great Britain ; piano. [12062 
© July 10, 1916; 1 c. July 11, 
1916; E 380824; W. Paxton & co., 
ltd., London. 

Red (The) cross; march by Geo. Otto 
Frey, of U. S. ; piano. [12063 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. July 31, 1916 ; 
E 388788; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Reflections in the meadow brook; 
early spring, by Florence Newell 
Barbour, of U. S. ; piano. (Nature 
pictures) [12064 

© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387590; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Regular (A) girl; musical comedy in 
two acts, book and lyrics by Wm. 
Cary Duncan and F. Otis Drayton, 
music by William Winthrop Cortel- 
you, of U. S. [12065 

© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1916 ; D 19699 ; M. 
Witmark & sons, New York. 

Reinhold (Hugh) Impromptu; by H. 
Reinhold, op. 28, no. 3, played by 
Marguerite Volavy, of Austria ; in C 
sharp min. (Rvthmodik record mu- 
sic rolls J 13575) [12066 
© Dec. 20, 1915; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384879 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



Rekrutenlied. See Unger (Her- 
mann) Sieben soldatenlieder. 

Reliance (The) march; by Nick 
Brown, of U. S., arr. by Mackie- 
Beyer, of U. S. ; military band. 4to. 

[12067 
© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1916 ; E387943 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 

Remember the love I gave you ; music 
by R. M. Harvey, of England, arr. as 
cornet solo and orchestra ace. with 
piano conductor. 4to. [12068 

© July 21, 1916; 1 c. July 22, 
1916; E 381082; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

Remembrance ; romance, par Henri 

Dubois, of England; piano. [12069 

© July 3, 1916 ; 1 c. July 26, 1916 ; 

E 384770; Bosworth & co., London. 

Response ; every good gift and every 
perfect gift, composed by Carl F. 
Price, of U. S. [12070 

© May 16, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387511; Marion Thomas, 
Newark. 

remember the words of the Lord 

Jesus, composed by Carl F. Price, 
of U. S. [12071 

© May 16, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387510; Marion Thomas, 
Newark. 

Restless waves ; by Georg Eggeling, 
of Germany, op. 185, no. 9; piano. 
(Grace and rapidity.) [12072 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381501 ; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Return (The) ; words by Arthur 
Symons, music by Cecil Forsyth, of 
U. S. ; medium voice. [12073 

© July 11, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916; E 387269; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Return (The) of the birds; by Ben- 
jamin Frederick Rungee, of U. S. ; 
piano, four hands. [12074 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 388739; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Return unto thy rest, my soul; 
words from the Bible, music by E. 
S. Hosmer, of U. S. ; mixed voices, 
with sop. solo. (Octavo series 
mixed voices sacred no. 1180.) 

[12075 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 387417; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



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no. 9, 1916 



12091 



Reverie (A) See Dream (A) [and] 
A reverie. 

Reverie sous la lune ; paroles et 
musique de Lucien Boyer, of France. 

[12076 

© July 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 25, 1916 ; 

E 381106; Francis Salabert, Paris. 

Revery, pastorale. See Petite suite. 

Reynolds (Mabel Doudge) Two 
songs; music by M. D. Reynolds, 
of U. S. Contents: — Umbra; words 
by Brian Hoker. — A lament; words 
by Drusilla Child. [12077 

© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5. 1916 ; 
E 388868; Thomas J. Donlan, New 
York. 

Rhapsody. See Brahms (Johannes) 

Rialto (The) ; march two step, by 
Abe Holzmann, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12078 
© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916 ; E 390072 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Richter (Der) von Kaschau ; oper in 
drei akten, text und musik von Otto 
Neitzel, of Germany ; orchester par- 
titur. [12079 

© Apr. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381418 ; Biihnenverlag Ahn & Sim- 
rock, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 

Riders (The) under the sea; words 

by Alba Rosa, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [12080 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389316; 

Virginia McDonald, Denver, Col. 

Rigaudon; arr. by Emerson Whit- 
horne, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 
(Three old English tunes, no. 3.) 

[12081 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387345; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Rigo (letto) bag; two-step, by P. 

Henneberg, of U. S. ; piano. [12082 

© July 1, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 

1916; E 388891; Paul Henneberg, 

New York. 

Ring-a-ling ; from The Bing boys are 
here, words by Clifford Grey, music 
by Nat D. Ayer, of U. S. [12083 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388290; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 



Ritubnello; versi di R. Ferraro-Cor- 
rera, musica di F. Buongiovanni, of 
Italy; canto e mandolino. 4to. 

[12084 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 384704; Italian book CO., 
New York. 

River (The) Nile; words by S. R. 
Freytag, music by Carl Muehling 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher] of U. S. 

[12085 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1916; E 388968; 
Samuel R. Freytag, Cheboygan, 
Mich. 

Roaming; by Georg Eggeiing, of Ger- 
many, op. 185, no. 4; piano. (Grace 
and rapidity) [12086 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 • 
E 381496; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Robin Redbreast's return ; spring 
song, by Victor Bell [pseud, of Leo 
Friedman], of U. S. ; piano. [12087 
© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388518 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Rocking horse. See At the toy-shop. 

Romance; by David Popper, arr. by 
Chas. Hatch, of U. S. ; orch. (Ideal 
edition, no. 230) [12088 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388582 ; Cundy Bettoney co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

by Johan S. Svendsen, op. 26, 

ed. by Arthur Hartmann, of U. S. ; 
violin with piano ace. [12089 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387100; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement and editing.] 

by Reginald de Koven, of U. S., 

op. 379, no. 2; piano. (Three com- 
positions for piano, no. 2) [12090 
© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387038; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Romanze. See Kompositionen. 

Romeo und Julie; parodistisches du- 
ett (auch fur eine singstimme), aus 
der operette Die winzerbraut, text 
von Leo Stein u. Julius Wilhelm, 
musik von Oskar Nedbal, of Aus- 
tria ; gesang u. piano. [12091 
© Feb. 9, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381413; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 



63371— 1( 



789 



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12092 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Romiley wakes; humoresque, by R. 
Orlando Morgan, of Great Britain; 
piano solo. [12092 

© July 13, 1916; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380862; Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd., London. 

Romp (A). See School-day minia- 
tures. 

Rondo. See Boccherini (Luigi) 

Rondo marziale; by Richard J. 
Pitcher, of Great Britain, op. 3, no. 
2; pianoforte. (Two instructive 
pieces, no. 2) [12093 

© June 28, 1916; 1 c. July 12, 
1916; E 380839; Alfred Lengnick & 
co., London. 

Rondoletto; par Jean Sibelius, op. 40, 
no. 7, arr. par A. Kleinecke, of Ger- 
many ; piano. (PensSes lyriques, no. 
7) [12094 

© Jan. 8, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381321; Breitkopf & Har- 
tel, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Rose (A), a kiss, a eing; words by 
John P. Harrington and Cyrus B. 
Cuyler, music by John Ashton, of 
England. [12095 

© July 21, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381122; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

Rose (The) and the lancee; words 
by Gilbert Popplestone, music , by 
Gerald Phillips, of Great Britain. 

[12096 
© July 4, 1916; 1 c. July 22, 
1916; E 384775; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Rose (The) garden; by Benjamin 
Frederick Rungee, of U. S. ; piano, 
four hands. [12097 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 388740; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Rose (The) of Sharon; words and 
music by W. H. W. Jenkins, of U. S., 
harmony by Freeman W. Chase, of 
U. S. [12098 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 
E 390081 ; William Henry Washing- 
ton Jenkins, Portsmouth, O. 

Rosemary; by Noel Johnson, of Eng- 
land, arr. as cornet solo and orches- 
tra ace. with piano conductor. 4to. 

[12099 
© July 21, 1916; 1 c. July 22, 
1916; E 381083; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 



Roses and wine; bachelor's reverie, 
words and melody by R. E. Golden, 
of U. S., arr. by Edward Joseph 
Ahern, of U. S. [12100 

© 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916; E 387682; 
Robert Emmet Golden, Richmond, 
Va. 

Roses I picked for you, daddy; from 
For her daddy's sake, words by Les- 
ter Jerome, music by Louis Victor 
Saar, of U. S. [12101 

© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388639; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Roses say eemembee ; lyric by Arthur 
J. Lamb, music by F. V. Bowers, of 
U. S. New York, Frederick V. 
Bowers, inc., pub. co. [12102 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387673 ; Frederick V. Bowers, inc., 
New York. 

Rotaey hymn ; words by Edgar A. 
Guest, music by C. E. Roat, of U. S. 
4to. [12103 

© July 3, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388459; Chas. E. Roat, Battle 
Creek. 

Round Cape Hoen ; words of old Nan- 
tucket gamming song, music by 
Charles P. Scott, of U. S. ; men's 
voices. (Octavo ed., no. 407) 

[12104 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 387617; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Route maechin' ; male quartet, words 
by Rudyard Kipling, music by 
George Chadwick Stock, of U. S.; 
men's voices. 4to. (Choruses and 
glees for men's voices — secular, no. 
2522) [12105 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387036; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Russian boatmen's song on the 
River Volga; arr. by Clarence 
Eddy, of U. S. ; organ. [12106 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 388802; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Russian dance; by Theodora Dutton, 
of U. S. ; piano. Four dancettes. 

[12107 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388997; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



790 



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no. 9, IS 16 



12124 



Rustic revels ; country dance, by J. 
De Lancey, [pseud, of Henry S. 
Sawyer], of U. S. ; piano. [12108 

© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389216; McKinley music 
co., Chicago. 

Rustling winds; by Georg Eggeling, 
of Germany, op. 185, no. 6; piano. 
(Grace and rapidity) [12109 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381498; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Sabbath reverie; melodie lyrique, by 
Marcus H. Carroll, of U. S. ; organ. 
(Organ series 2) [12110 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387905; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Sacramento for me; words by A. 
Jackson, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [12111 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387660; 
Allie Jackson, Sacramento. 

Sacrifice for Erin ; words and music 

by Bert Rourke, of IT. S. [12112 

© July 28, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 

1916; E 388795; Elite music pub. 

co., Boston. 

Sad tales; humorous trio, text and 
music by Paul Bliss, of U. S. ; men's 
voices. (Men's voices, octavo — secu- 
lar no. 2984) [12113 
© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387336; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Sailor's (The) daughter; words by 

M. L. Kimmel, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [12114 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388923; 

Mabel L. Kimmel, So. Jackson, Mich. 

Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) 
Chorus of the Philistines ; now dawn 
all the hill-tops touches with light, 
from Samson and Delilah, English 
version by Frederick H. Martens, of 
U. S., music by C. Saint-Saens; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Quartets and 
choruses for mixed voices, secular, 
no. 2526) [12115 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387031; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on Eng- 
lish text.] 

Spring chorus : from Samson and 

Delilah, English version by Freder- 
ick H. Martens, of U. S., music by 
C. Saint-Saens, sop., alto and bass. 



S aint-Saen s ( Charles Camille ) — 
Continued. 
4to. (Quartets and choruses for 
mixed voices — secular, no. 2525) 

[12116 
© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387030; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on Eng- 
lish text.] 

Salut d' amour (Love's greeting) ; by 
Edward Elgar, op. 12, arr. by 
Mackie-Beyer, of U. S., military 
band. 4to. [12117 

© June 28, 1916; 2 c. June 29, 
1916 ; E 388204 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 

Salute (The) ; march, by C. Corvers, 
of U. S. ; band. 4to. [12118 

© July 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 387611; Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 



orch. 4to. 



[12119 



© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 388475; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Sammy, get the dough ; words and 
music by G. M. Olsen, of U. S. 

[12120 
© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916; E 388445; George M. Olsen, 
West Baden, Ind. 

Sanders (Davol) Zwei tanzweisen; 

von D. Sanders, of U. S., op. 1 ; vio- 

line mit klavierbegleitung. [12121 

© 1 c. Sept. 2, 1916; E 390060; 

Davol Sanders, New York. 

Sarah ; intro. The girl I left behind 
me, by George Spenser, of TJ. S. ; 
piano with words ad. lib. [12122 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388979; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Scarf dance. See Chaminade (C. 
L. S.) 

Scene de ballet; by P. Sudessi, of 
Great Britain; full orchestra with 
harmonium and piano conductor. 
4to. [12123 

© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 384747 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, 
London. 

Scenes abroad ; music by Wilson Man- 
hire, of Great Britain; piano. Con- 
tents : — 1. In sunny Spain. — 2. A 
Swiss village. — 3. Polish festival. 

[12124 
© July 6, 1916 ; 1 c. July 24, 1916 ; 

,E 384754; Alfred Lengnick & co., 
London. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Scenes d'enfants. See Schumann 
(R. A.) 

Scenes oe old Ieeland steal softly 

before me ; words and music by 

Alfred de Miles, of U. S. [12125 

© 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916; E 387933; 

Strathmore producing co., Newark. 

SCHARWENKA ( FRANZ XAVES) Mod- 

ernes vortragsalbum (Album of mod- 
ern compositions) ; ausgewahlter 
neuzeitlieher tonstiicke, arr. von X. 
Scharwenka, of Germany ; klavier 
zu vier handen. bd. 1, 2. (Edition 
Breitkopf, nos. 4901 and 4902) 

12126, 12127 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916 ; E 381185, 381186 ; Breitkopf & 
Hartel, New York. 

■ Sonatinen-album ; ausgewahlte so- 

natinen u. kleine vortragsstiicke, 
alterer und neuerer meister ; zum 
gebrauch beim unterricht zusammen- 
gestellt und bezeichnet, von X. 
Scharwenka, of Germany; piano 
solo. bd. 3, neuere meister. [12128 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381326 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
piano solo.] 

Scherzo. See Gedichte von Ernst Goll. 

Schildwachlied. See Unger (Her- 
mann) Sieben soldatenlieder. 

Schindler-Mahler (Alma Maria) 
Vier lieder; von A. M. Schindler- 
Mahler, of Austria ; mittlere stimme 
und klavier. Contents : — 1. Licht in 
der nacht. — 2. Waldseligkeit. — 3. Au- 
sturm.— 4. Erntelied. [12129 

© Oct. 1, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 1916; 
E 380981; Universal— edition, Leip- 
zig. 

SCHLIESSE MIR DIE AUGEN BEIDE ; mUSik 

von Hermann Unger, of Germany, 
op. 15, no. 1. [12130 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 > 
E 381151 ; Fischer & Jagenberg, ltd., 
Cologne a/Rh., Germany. 

Schlummerlied ; von Paul Juon, of 
Germany, op. 65, no. 2; klavier. 

[12131 
© Oct. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380998; Jul. Heinr. Zim- 
mermann, Leipzig. 

Schmidt's collection of hymn-an- 
thems, v. 2, 4to. [12132 
© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1916 ; 
E 388935; Arthur P. Schmidt CO., 
Boston. 



Schneeflocken ( Snow flakes) ; by 
Heinrich Hohner, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12133 
© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388573; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Schone (Der) Benavides ; duett aus 
der operette, Jung muss man sein, 
musik von Gilbert, of Germany; pi- 
ano mit text. [12134 
© Aug. 27, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380943; Louis Oertel, Han- 
over, Germany. 

School (The) bell; by Benjamin 
Frederick Rungee, of U. S. ; piano, 
four hands. [12135 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 388741; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

School-day miniatures ; by W. Ralph 
Driffill, of Great Britain ; piano. Con- 
tents. — 1. Going to school. — 2. Les- 
sons. — 3. Swinging. — 4. Dancing. — 5. 
A romp. — 6. Going to sleep. [12136 
© Jan. 17, 1916; 1 c. June 17, 
1916; E 384495; Weekes & co., 
London. 

Schubert (Franz Peter) Dreimaderl- 
haus (Das) ; singspiel in 3 akten, 
text von A. M. Willner und Heinz 
Reichert, musik nach Franch Schu- 
bert, bearb von Heinrich Berte, of 
Austria ; klavierauszug mit text. 

[12137 
© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381399; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

■ same, arr. v. Bersa, of Austria ; 

klavierauszug zu zwei handen, mit 
unterlegtem text. [12138 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381400; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Du bist die ruh (Thou art re- 
pose) ; by Schubert-Liszt, played by 
Wilhelm Bachaus, of Germany. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls J 
7944). [12139 
© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384877 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

■ Gel}, alte schau ; lied aus dem 

singspiel, Das dreiiriaderlhaus, text 
von A. M. Willner und Heinz 



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12154 



Schureet (Fkanz Peter) — Continued. 
Reichert, musik nach Fr. Schubert, 
bearb von Heinrich Berte, of 
Austria. [12140 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381393; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky ) , Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

— — musik nach Fr. Schu- 



bert, bearb. von Heinrich Berte. 1. 
Salonorchester, arr. von Martin Uhl, 
of Austria. 2. Grosses oder kleines 
orchester, arr. von Adolf Ischpold, 
of Austria. [12141. 12142 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. each July 
29, 1916; E 381384, 381385; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky). 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

— Liebes schicksalsblumlein sprich ; 
lied aus dem singspiel, Das dreima- 
derlhaus, text von A. M. Willner 
und Heinz Reichert, musik nach 
Franz Schubert, bearb. v. Heinrich 
Berte, of Austria. [12143 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381394; Ludwig Doblinger 
( Bernhard Herzmansky ) , Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

— Lied aus Wien ; aus dem sing- 
spiel, Das dreimaderlhaus, musik v. 
Franz Schubert, bearb. von Hein- 
rich Berte\ arr. von Martin Uhl, of 
Austria ; salonorchester mit klavier- 
kondukteur. 4to. [12144 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381386; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Hermansky), Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

text v. A. M. Willner u. 

Heinz Reichart, musik nach Fr. 
Schubert, bearb. v. Heinrich Berte, 
of Austria ; gesang und piano ; origi- 
nal ausgabe, hoch. [12145 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381396; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment. ] 

arr. von Alois Wanjek, of 

Austria, fiir zither. 1. Munchner- 
stimmung, mit text. 2. Wiener- 
stimmung, mit text. [12146, 12147 
© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381397, 381398; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



Schubert (Franz Peter) — Continued. 

Lied (Das) vom dreimaderlhaus; 

aus dem singspiel, Das dreimaderl- 
haus, text von A. M. Willner und 
Heinz Reichert, musik nach Fr. 
Schubert, bearb. v. Heinrich Berte, 
of Austria. [12148 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381395; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Litanei auf die gefallenen krie- 

ger; mit text aus der zeit des welt- 
krieges, von Oskar Ladisch, musik 
von Fr. Schubert, bearb. von Sieg- 
fried Karg-Elert, of Germany ; ge- 
sang u. orgel. [12149 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381324 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 



— Serenada Schuberta ; stowa S. 
Zahajkiewcza, opracowana przez L. 
A. Cieszykowskiego ; chor czteroglo- 
sowy mieszany z towarzyszeniem 
fortepianu. Chicago, 111., Lutnia, 
1916. [12150 

© July 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 388813; L. A. Cieszykowski, Chi- 
cago. 



— Unter einem fliederbaum ; lied 
aus dem singspiel, Das dreimaderl- 
haus, von Fr. Schubert, bearb. v. 
Heinrich Berte. 1. Salonorchester, 
arr. von Martin Uhl, of Austria. — 2. 
Grosses oder kleines orchester, arr. 
v. Adolf Ischpold, of Austria. 

[12151, 12152 

© Mar. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381387, 381388; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements.] 



musik v. Fr. Schubert, 



bearb. v. Heinrich Berte, arr. v. 
Alois Wanjek, of Austria ; zither mit 
uberlegtem text 1. Wiener stim- 
mung. 2. Munchner stimmung. 

[12153, 12154 

© Mar. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381389, 381390; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements.] 



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Schubert (Franz Peter) — Continued. 

text v. A. M. Willner 

unci Heinz Reichert, musik nacli Fr. 
Schubert, bearb. von Heinrich Berte, 
of Austria ; gesang unci klavier. 

[12155 

© Feb. 4, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381391; Leidwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky ) , Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Voriiber-vorbei ; lied aus dem 

singspiel, Das dreimaderlhaus, text 
von A. M. Willner unci Heinz 
Reichert, musik nach Fr. Schubert, 
bearb. v. Heinrich Berte. 12156 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381392; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

— Zwischenakts unci ballettmusik ; 
aus Rosamunde, von Fr. Schubert, 
hrsg. von Max Reger, of Germany ; 
orchester, fur den concertgebrauch ; 
partitur. [12157 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381323 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

SCHULE DES VIOLONCELLISTEN ; dllOS 

von S. Lee, op. 36, revidiert und 
herausgegeben von Bernard Schmidt, 
of Germany, fur zwei violoncelle. 

[12158 

© Dec. 29, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381423 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision and editing.] 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) Dedi- 
cation (Widmung) ; by R. Schu- 
mann, transcription by Franz Liszt, 
edited and fingered by Maurits Leef- 
son, of U. S. ; piano, words ad lib. 

[12159 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387439; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and fingering.] 

Fantaisie ; de R. Schumann, op. 

17, edition revue par C. Galeotti, of 
Italy; piano. (Collection Orphee. 
no. 155.) [12160 

© June 30, 1916 ; 1 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 384579 ; Societe francaise d'edition 
des grands ' classiques musicaux, 
Paris. 



Schumann (Robert Alexander) — 
Continued. 

Impromptus, on a theme by Clara 

Wiech ; by R. Schumann, op. 5, 
critically rev. and fingered by Max 
Vogrich, of Austria, domiciled at 
New York; piano. (Library of mu- 
sical classics, v. 1164) [12161 
© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388835; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision 
and fingering.] 

Pieces variees ; par R. Schumann, 

op. 99, revision par Gabriel Faure, 
of France; piano. (Edition clas- 
siques, no. 9397) [12162 

© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8. 1916 ; 
E 380846; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision.] 

Scenes cl'enf ants ( Scenes from 

childhood), von R. Schumann, op. 
15, edition revue par C. Galeotti, of 
Italy ; piano. (Collection orphee, no. 
151.) [12163 

© June 30, 1916 ; 1 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 384580 ; Societe frangaise d'edition 
des grands classiques musicaux, 
Paris. 

Two (The) grenadiers; by Schu- 
mann, op. 49, no. 1. played oy How- 
ard Brockway, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls J 14284) 

[12164 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387794 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation] 

Scotland. See Johnson (P. M. B.) 
Four characteristic sonatinas. 

Sea (The) gull; words by Robert F. 
Roden, music by H. W. Petrie, of 
U. S. ; bar. or bass. [12165 

© July 3, 1916 : 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 38S278; F. B. Haviland pub. co., 
New York. 

Sea (The) is calling; words by Law- 
rence Hope, music by Lawrence 
Townsend, jr.. of U. S. [12166 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388820; T. B. Harms & Franci^, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 
Sechs hymnen. Sec Uhl (Martin) 
Sechs romantische sonaten. See 
Mozart (W. A.) 

See America first ; words by J. E. 
Rose, music by R. S. Browne, of 
U. S. [12167 

© July 27. 1916: 2 c. July 29, 
1916; E 387542; John E. Rose, 
P-terson, N. J. 



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Sehnsucht. See Gecliehte von Ernst 
Goll. 

Selige nacht; ged. von Otto Erich 
Hartleben, musik von Joseph Marx, 
of Austria. (Lieder und gesange, 
dritte folge, no. 9.) [12168 

© Oct. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380996 ; Universal-edition, Leipzig. 

Sebaphon. See Ertel (Paul) Ftinf 
stiicke. 

Serbian lament ; words by Ivan 
Rhys (J. Rees Jones), music by R. 
Orlando Morgan, of Great Britain; 
no. 1 in C. [12169 

© July 13, 1916; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380861; Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd., London. 

Serenada Schubeeta. See Schubert 
(F. P.) 

Serenade; by J. F. Nagel, ed. by O. 
Roepper, of U. S. ; violoncello with 
piano ace. (Violoncello music, 
series 3, no. 123.) [12170 

© Aug. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389222; Boston music CO., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

from ballet Les millions d'Arle- 

quin. by R. Drigo, transcription by 
Vahdah E. L. Olcott-Bickford, of 
U. S., opp. 39 ; guitar. [12171 

© June 27, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388225; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion.] 

■ part-song, by B. A. Weber, arr. 

by Louis Victor Saar, of U. S. ; 
men's voices. 4to. (Choral music 
for men's voices, series 31, no. 1206. ) 

[12172 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 

1916; E 387897; Boston music co.. 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

• words by M. L. Davis, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [12173 

© 1 c. Aug. 1. 1916; E 387566; 
Mary Lewis Davis, Liberty, Mo. 

Serenade. See Gounod (C. F.) 

Serenade cappriccioso. See Petite 
suite. 

Serenade d'amour ; by Franz von 
Blon, played by Felix Gerdts, of 
Austria. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls F 15183) [12174 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384870 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



Servants of the Master; words and 
music by G. Y. Villee, of U. S. 

[12175 
© July 3, 1916; 2 c. July 7, 1916; 
E 388293 ; Gertrude Y. Villee, Mari- 
etta, Pa. 

Shades (The) of evening (Im abend- 
schein) ; by Carl Reuther, of Ger- 
many, op. 17, no. 2 ; piano, four 
hands. (At close of day, no. 2) 

[12176 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 381487; Arthur P. Schmidt CO., 
Boston. 

Shades of night; intermezzo, by 
Friedland and Franklin, played by 
Andrei Kmita, of U. S. (Rythmo- 
dik record music rolls H 14784) 

[12177 

© May 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1916 ; E 387786 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Shadow march ; part song, words by 
Robt. Louis Stevenson, music by Dan- 
iel Protheroe, of U. S. 4to. (Cho- 
ral music for men's voices, series 31, 
no. 1204) [12178 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387899; Boston music CO., 
Boston. 

Shall nations ever cease to go to 

war ; words by C. J. Crew, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [12179 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388310; 

Chas. J. Crew, Eufaula, Okla. 

Shall us? Let's; words and music 
by Bert Lee, of Great Britain. 

[12180 
© Apr. 12. 1916; 1 c. May 12, 
1916; E 384715; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

She loved him in spite of all ; words 

by A. M. Bower, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [12181 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388302; 

Addie M. Bower, Charlestown, Ind. 

She's an old Irish mother ; words by 

J. J. Gallagher, music by Richard 

Condon, of Great Britain. [12182 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 387994; 

J. J. Gallagher. San Francisco. 



music by Richard Condon, 

of U. S. [12183 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388546; 
J. J. Gallagher, San Francisco. 



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She's my alfalfa blossom ; words by 
J. M. Owens, music by W. C. Guern- 
sey, of U. S. [12184 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 2, 
1916; E 388814; J. M. Owens & 
W. C. Guernsey, Elko, Nev. 

She was my girl; words and music 
by C. F. Zdrojewski, of U. S. [12185 
© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388526; 
O. F. Zdrojewski, Detroit. 

Shelbuene waltzes ; by G. F. Ham- 
mond, of U. S. ; piano. [12186 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388568; George F. Ham- 
mond, Cleveland. 

Shelf (The) behind the door; words 
by S. K. Wheatlake, music by P. S. 
Wight, of U. S. [12187 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 29, 
1916 ; E 388275 ; Paul S. Wight, Chi- 
cago. 

Shepherd's song; by Franz Behr, rev. 
and ed. with instructions as to in- 
terpretation and method of study, 
biographical sketch, story and glos- 
sary, by Emerson Whithorne, of 
IT. S. ; piano. (Selected edition, 
progressive series, no. 225, grade 1-b. ) 

[12188 
© July 13, 1916 ; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387359; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Shine or polish rag; by Fred Helt- 
man, of U. S., arr. by Carl Carlton, 
of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [12189 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 388711; Fred Heltman co., 
Cleveland. 

Shoeblack (The) ; dance, from The 
Bing boys are here, by Nat D. Ayer, 
of U. S. ; piano, with words. [12190 
© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916; E 388429; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Shredded wheat; march, by Daniel 
Steuber, of IT. S. ; solo B flat clari- 
net and solo cornet. [12191 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1916; E 388969; 
Shredded wheat co., Niagara Falls, 
N. Y. 

Shxj-heen-shu ; an Irish lullaby, 
words by Clifton Bingham, music by 
John Maguire, of Great Britain. 

[12192 
© July 26, 1916; 1 c. July 27, 
1916; E 384780; Allan & co., pro- 
prietary ltd., Melborne, Australia. 



Siam; by Fred Fischer, arr. by Wm. 
Schulz, of IT. S. ; solo for cornet, 
trombone or bar. or vocal ace, with 
band. 4to. (Feist edition, no. 1237) 

[12193 
© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 22, 
1916 ; E 388630 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

fox trot, by Fred Fischer, plaved 

by Wm. E. Berge, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls B 14572) 

[12194 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 

1916 ; E 388400 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

interpretation.] 

Sicilianerin (Die). See Kronmyrth 
(L. Gunther von) 3 lieder. 

Sieben soldatenlieder. See Under 
(Hermann) 

Sieger (Der) feldchoral; dichtung 
von Vortisch van Vloten, musik von 
Sigfrid Karg-Elert, of Germany ; fur 
mannerchor, mit orgelschluss nach 
belieben. [12195 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381424; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Siegfried. See Wagner (Richard) 

Sierra Sue; by Joseph B. Carey, 
played by Al Sterling, of IT. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls C 
14322) [12196 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387770 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Signal for close of lesson period ; by 
William C. Carl, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12197 
© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387508; Josephine L. Bald- 
win, Newark. 

Silatan march; by O. C. Natalis, of 
U. S. ; instrumental. [12198 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387341; 
Octave C. Natalis, Jeannette, Pa. 

Silent thoughts; romance, by C. C. 
Crammond, of IT. S. ; piano. Boston, 
Evans music co. [12199 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916 ; E 388671 ; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 



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Simple story; by Joseph Ascher, rev. 
and ed. with instructions as to in- 
terpretation and method of study, 
biographical sketch, story and glos- 
sary by Emerson Whithorne, of 
U. S. ; piano. ( Selected edition, pro- 
gressive series, no. 410, grade 2-b) 

[12200 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387357; Art. publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Simplette ; by Georges Bachmann, rev. 
and ed. with instructions as to in- 
terpretation and method of study, 
biographical sketch, story and glos- 
sary by Emerson Whithorne, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Selected edition, pro- 
gressive series, no. 222, grade 1-b ) 

[12201 
© July 13. 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387354; Art. publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Since I found Jesus ; words by Ernest 
G. W. Wesley, music by B. F. Butts, 
of U. S. 8vo. [12202 

© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 387826; Benjamin Frank- 
lin Butts, Haworth, N. J. 

Since my heart has found it's love. 
See My destiny. 

Since old Jungle Joe lives alone; 

words by R. Krom, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [12203 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387629; 

Roy Krom, Waterbury, Conn. 

Since the town went dry ; words and 
music by R. A. Avery, of U. S. 

[12204 
© 1 c. Sept. 2, 1916; E 390063; 
Randolph Allen Avery, Chicago. 

Sing a song of old America; words 

by C. F. Jones, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [12205 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387659; 

Chas. F. Jones, Pueblo, Col. 

Sing, oh sing this blessed morn ; 
short anthem for Christmas, words 
by C. Wordsworth, music by Benja- 
min Lambord, of U. S. ; quartette of 
mixed voices with organ ace. 4to. 
(Church music review, no. 427) 

[12206 
© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 386937; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 



Sing songs of gladness; words by 
Charles Sumner Pike, music by 
Floy Little Bartlett, of U. S. 1. 
Mezzo sop. or bar. — 2. Sop. or ten. 

[12207 
© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. each Aug. 9, 
1916 ; E 388881 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Sing unto the Lord; words from the 
Bible, music by Chas. P. Scott, of 
U. S. ; mixed voices. (Octavo series 
no. 1179) [12208 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916 ; E 387418 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Singer of songs ; words by Fred G. 

Bowles, music by Fred G. Albers, of 

U. S. [12209 

© 1 c. July 20, 1916; E 387399; 

Sam Fox pub. co., Cleveland. 

Siss-boom-ah ! one step-trot, by C. W. 

Smith, of U. S.j arr. by Alex Magnes, 

of U. S. ; piano. [12210 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1916; E 390087; 

Chester W. Smith, New York. 

Sky (The) has a thousand eyes; 
words by Miss S. E. Schoenauer, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [12211 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387302; 
Miss S. E. Schoenauer, Milwaukee. 

Skylark (The) ; by L. Leslie Loth, 

of U. S. ; piano. [12212 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 

1916; E 387420; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. 

Skyscraper (The) ; one-step march, 
by C. W. Smith, of IT. S., arr. by 
Richard H. Halle, of U. S. : piano. 

[12213 
© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1916; E 390088; 
Chester W. Smith, New York. 

Sleep song; words and music by M. S. 
West, of U. S. Cedar Rapids, la., 
A. H. Niles music house. [12214 
© July 10. 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 388422 ; Margaret Skillman 
West, Cedar Rapids, la. 

Sleeping in the trenches to-night; 

words by T. B. Mauran. music by J. 

E. Andino, of U. S. [12215 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387473; 

Thos. B. Mauran, Charleston, S. C. 

Sleepy Hollow. See Children's (The) 
hour. 



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Sleepy-time ; lullaby, lyric by Flor- 
ence Scripps Kellogg, music by 
Winifred Scripps Ellis, of U. S. 

[12216 
© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 13, 
1916; E 388588; Whitney Warner 
pub. co., New York. 

Slumbek song; by Cornelius Gurlitt, 
rev. and ed. with instructions as to 
interpretation and method of study, 
biographical sketch, story and glos- 
sary by Emerson Whithorne, of U. 
S. ; piano. ( Selected edition, pro- 
gressive series, no. 347, grade 2-a). 

[12217 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387353; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

by William John Hall, of U. S. ; 

organ. 3 compositions for the 
organ. [12218 

© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387921; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Smile with me ; march two-step by S. 
M. Ford, of U. S. ; piano. [12219 
© 1 c. July 22, 1916; E 387447; 
Stella Mae Ford, Pomona, Cal. 

Smiling nature; by Benjamin Fred- 
erick Rungee, of U. S. ; piano, four 
hands. [12220 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 388743; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Snow ; words by I. F. Leyda, music by 
Helen M. Browne, of U. S. [12221 
© Aug. 8, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916 ; E 389023 ; Ida F. Leyda, Chi- 
cago. 

Snowflake; words by Rachel Pack- 
ard, music by E. Caldwell, of Amer- 
ica. [12222 
© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 388890; Edith Caldwell, 
Brockton, Mass. 

Snowflake (The) song; words and 
music by J. Y. Baird, of U. S. 

[12223 
© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 29, 
1916; E 388273; Joseph Yernon 
Baird, Chicago. 
Socialist (The) ; march and two- 
step, by Nick Brown, of U. S., arr. 
by Mackie-Bever, of U. S. ; full orch. 
4to. [12224 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916 ; E 388697 ; J. W T . Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 



Socialist (The) — Continued. 

march by Nick Brown, arr. by 

Mackie-Beyer, of U. S. ; military 

band. 4to. [12225 

© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 

1916 ; E 388718 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 

Philadelphia. 

Society calls her a beauty; words 
by A. H. McAdow, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [12226 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388533; 
A. H. McAdow, Carpinteria, Cal. 
Society dances, book 1; music by 
W. J. C. Thiel, of U. S. [12227 

© Sept. 4, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Sept. 5, 1916 ; A 439165 ; Alois Bru- 
ner, Chicago. 
Softly now the light of day; an- 
them, music by J. L. Frank, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. (An- 
thems for mixed voices, no. 2523) 

[12228 
© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387032; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 
words by G. W. Doane, mu- 
sic by Sibley G. Pease, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Anthems for 
mixed voices, no. 10828) [12229 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387076; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Sognando (Dreaming) ; mazurka, by 
Ansonio Pellacani, of Italy ; two 
mandolins and guitar. 4to. (Man- 
dolin and guitar music, no. 485) 

[12230 
© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387500; Peter Tesio, New 
York. 
Sogno d'amore; tango, by S. Tetti, of 
Italy, domiciled at New York; in- 
strumental. [12231 
© 1 c. July 24, 1916; E 388966; 
Salvatore Tetti, New York. 

Soiree orientate; by P. Sudessi, of 
Great Britain ; full orchestra, with 
harmonium and piano-conductor. 
4to. [12232 

© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 384745 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, 
London. 

Soldatenliebe. See Unger (Her- 
mann) Sieben soldatenlieder. 

S-o-l-d-i-e-r ; words by C. A. Peters, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [12233 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387301; 
Charles Andrew Peters, Hopewell 
Junction, N. Y. 



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no. 9. 1916 



12252 



Soldier (The) ; words by Rupert 
Brooke, music by H. T. Burleigh, 
of U. S. 1. In C minor. 2. In E flat 
minor. 3. In G minor. 

[12234-12236 
© July 28, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 387535-387537; G. Ricordi 
& co., inc., New York. 

Soldier boy; by Theodore Morse, arr. 
by Lee Orean Smith, of U. S. ; cor- 
net, trombone or baritone solo, or 
vocal ace. and band. 4to. [12237 
© June 24, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386923; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Soldier (The) boy and his lock of 
gray ; words by Mrs. M. McD. Cobb, 
music by Allen Gregg, of U. S. 

[12238 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; E 387633 ; M. 
McD. Cobb, Wilson, N. C. 

Soldiers brave; words by E. F. Sey- 
mour, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [12239 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; E 387571 ; E. 
F. Seymour, Lynn, Mass. 

Soldier's farewell; march, two step, 
one step, by J. S. Seredy, arr. by 
Seredy and Louis Tocaben, of U. S. 
1. Full orch., with organ ace. — 2. 
Full mandolin orch. (Progressive 
mandolin orchestra edition, no. 24) 

[12240 

© June 26, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 21, 

1916; E 388599, 388600; Carl 

Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

Soldiers marching; by N. Louise 
Wright, of U. S., op. 24, no. 5; pi- 
ano. (Six little pieces, no. 5) 

[12241 
© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 3S8299: Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Soldiers three ; words by M. L. Davis, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

tJ. S. [12242 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387565; 

Mary Lewis Davis, Liberty, Mo. 

Solvejg's song. See Grieg (E. H.) 

Some day ; words by P. Simons, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [12243 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387486; 
Peter Simons, Cincinnati. 



Some one; words by John Mark, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12244 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388927: 
John Mark, Wilmington, Del. 

Somebody will some day; words by 
N. R. Peterson, music by J. P. 
Williams, of U. S. [12245 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 388899; Petwill co., New 
York. 

Somebody's darling; words by Mrs. C. 
Sturman, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [12246 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388929; 
Mrs. C. Sturman, Sacramento, Cal. 

Something new; words by E. C. 
Walker, music by E. Smith, of U. S. 

[12247 
© 1 c. July 24, 1916; E 388624; 
Ernest Smith and Everett C. Walker, 
Correctionville, la. 

Somewhere at sea. See Navyland. 

Somewhere in the world there's 

someone ; words and music by A. W. 

Widney, of U. S. * [12248 

© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1916; E 388884; 

Adna Winifred Widney, Los Angeles. 

Somewhere-land ; words by F. R. 

Paris, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [12249 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916; E 387580; 

F. R. Paris, Everett, Mass. 

Somewhere my love lies dreaming; 
lyric by Fleta Jan Brown, music by 
Herbert Spencer, of U. S. [12250 
© Aug. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. • Sept. 2, 
1916; E 390071; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. x 

Sonata. See Beethoven (Ludwig 
van)— Stockhoff (W. W.) 

Sonata in F minor; by Guglielmo 

Nacciarone, of Italy, op. posth. ; 

piano and violin. [12251 

© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 380816; 

Hugo Nacciarone, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sonata in La maggiore; di Gugli- 
elmo Nacciarone, of Italy, op. 
posth. ; violino e pianoforte. [12252 
© 1 c. July 11, 1916; E 380815; 
Hugo Nacciarone, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sonate 1. See Beethoven (Ludwig 
van) 



Sonates. 
van) 



See Beethoven (Ludwig 



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Sonatina. See Hayden (A. V.) 

Sonatinen-album. See Scharwenka 
(F. X.) 

Song at sunrise; by John Desmond 
Courtney, of U. S., op. 12, no. 1; 
piano. (From dawn till dusk, no. 1) 

[12253 
© July 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1916; E 387596; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Song classics foe schools and teach- 
ers' institutes ; book 3 [comp. by] 
Thomas L. Gibson, of U. S. [Phila- 
delphia, Pa., printed by Wm. J. 
Dornan, 1916] cover-title, 64 p. 
8vo. [12254 

© July 20, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Aug. 
10, 1916 ; A 438008 ; Thomas L. Gib- 
son, Baltimore. 

Song (A) for you; by Frederick W. 
Vanderpool, arr. by <Jeo. J. Trinkaus, 
vocal orch., A flat. 4to. [12255 

© Aug. 25, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1916 ; E 387979 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

words by Arthur Oliver, music by 

Frederick W. Vanderpool, of U. S. ; 
in F. [12256 

© Aug. 25, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1916 ; E 387980 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Song (The) of all the ages; words 
by Fred. E. Weatherly, music by 
W. H. Squire, of Great Britain; no. 
3 in D. [12257 

© July 4. 1916 ; 1 c. July 21, 1916 ; 
E 384730 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Song ' of freedom ; words by A. W. 
Grant, music by T. A. Simpson, of 
U. S. [12258 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 387733; Alex. W. Grant, 
Montreal, Canada. 

Song (A) of joy; song composed by 
Wm. Lyndon Wright, of U. S. 1. 
In G, sop. or ten. 2. In E flat, 
mezzo, sop. or bar. [12259 

© July 19, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 19, 
1916 ; E 387421 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Song of old mill ; words by N. Matti- 

son, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [12260 

,© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387647; 

Naomi Mattison, Newfield, N. J. 



Song (A) of sunshine; by Alfred 

Hollins, of England ; piano/ [12261 

© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 31, 

1916 ; E 381131 ; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 

London. 

Song (The) of the black pierrot ; 
from Look who's here, lyric by Wor- 
ton David, music by Nat. D. Ayer, 
of U. S. [12262 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 390017; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Song of the brooklet; by E. L. Ash- 
ford, of U. S. ; piano. The musical 
year, summer. [12263 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389006; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Song (The) of the evening breeze; 

words and music by C. Phelps, of 

U. S. [12264 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 3S8536 ; 

Chas. Phelps, Longmont, Col. 

Song of the jolly plowman ; waltz, 
by C. C. Crammond, of U. S., op. 58 ; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[12265 
© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388677; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Song (The) of the National Guard; 
words and music by P. J. Dunlap, 
of U! S. [12266 

© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388692; P. Jamieson Dun- 
lap, Excelsior, Minn. 

Song of the reaper; by C. C. Cram- 
mond, of U. S., op. 55 ; piano. Bos- 
ton Evans music co. [12267 
© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388678; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Song of the slave girl ; words by B. 
Preston Clark, jr., music by Samuel 
Endicott, of U. S. ; low voice. 
(Songs after sunset, no. 2.) [12268 
© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389220; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Song (A) of the sword; words by 
Frederick H. Martens, music by 
Chas. Gilbert Spross, of U. S. 

[12269 
© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 388800; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 



800 



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no. 9, 1916 



12285 



Song of the Volga boatmen ; tradi- 
tional Russian folk-song, arr. by 
Paul Eastman, of England ; piano. 

[12270 

© July 27, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 

1916; E 381120; W. Paxton & co., 

ltd., London. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Song (The) the kettle is singing; 
In a dear little place called home, 
words by Worton David, music by 
Lawrence Wright, of England. 

[12271 
© July 19, 1916; 1 c. July 11, 
1916; E 380820; Lawrence Wright 
music co., London. 

Song without words ; by William 
John Hall, of U. S. ; organ. 3 com- 
positions for the organ. [12272 
© Aug. 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387919; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



Songsters on the boughs. 
van sketches. 



See Syl- 



Sorosis grace; words by Fannie I. 
Helmuth, music by Henrietta C. 
Tuthill, of U. S. [12273 

© June 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387582 ; Sorosis, New York. 

Soul (The) winner's song; words 
and music by J. M. Dustman, of 
U. S. [12274 

© July 3, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388265; Jacob M. Dustman, Ur- 
bana, Ind. 

SOUS LES MURS DU VIEUX CHATEAU; 

marcietta, par la duchesse de La 
Roche-Guyon, of France; piano. 

[12275 
© July 8. 1916; 1 c. July 25, 1916; 
E 381096 ; Coutarel, Paris. 

South Sea serenade. See Hawaiian 
girl waltz song. 

Souvenir de Krakow ; mazurka by Ju- 
lius S. Seredy, arr. by Seredy and 
Louis Tocaben, of U. S. ; full mando- 
lin orch. (Progressive mandolin or- 
chestra edition, no. 23) [12276 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 22, 1916 ; 
E 388590; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



full orch. (Progressive 

orchestra edition, no. 23) [12277 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 21, 1916 ; 
E 388601 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 



Souvenir de Venise (Memories of 
Venice) ; by Alfred Price Quinn, of 
U. S.; piano. [12278 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389223; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Spanish dance; by Franz Behr, rev. 
and ed. with instructions as to in- 
terpretation and method of study, 
biographical sketch, story, and glos- 
sary, by Emerson Whithorne, of 
U. S. ; piano. ( Selected edition, 
progressive series, no. 221, grade 
1-b.) [12279 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387366; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Sparrow (The) song; words by F. 
E. O., music by F. E. Oliver, of 
U. S. [12280 

© Sept. 1. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 390218; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Spaziergang (On parade) ; by Hein- 

rich Hohner, of U. S. ; piano. [12281 

© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 

1916; E 388570; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 

Special (The) constables; march 
and two step, by Edward St. Quen- 
tin of Great Britain, arr. for mili- 
tary band. 4to. [12282 

© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 384743 ; J. R. Lafleur & son, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Spell (The) of l-o-v-e ; words by Ar- 
gyll Campbell, music by Thomas Vin- 
cent Cator, of U. S. [12283 

© Aug. 3, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388791; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Spensierata; mazurk arr. by A. Se- 
bastianelli, of U. S. ; armonica. 
(Quattrociocche edition, no. 16) 

[12284 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387625; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 

Spinnerlied. See Wagner (Richard) 

Spiritualist king ; words and music 

by H. A. Larson, of U. S. [12285 

© 1 c. June 3, 1916; E 388414; 

Hans August Larson, Aspelin, Minn. 



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Spread your wings; part-song, words 
tr. from the Russian by Nathan 
Haskell Dole, of U. S., music by 
Cesar Cui ; mixed voices. 4to. (Mixed 
voices ; a series of quartets and 
choruses, 3d series, no. 914) [12286 
© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387898; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
the English translation.] 

Spring ; intro. Voices of the woods, by 
"George Spenser, of U. S. ; piano with 

words ad lib. [12287 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 

1916; E 388985; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Spring chorus. See Saint-Saens 
(C. C.) 

Stacey's successful studies for 

SLIDE TROMBONE IN BASS CLEF; book 

1, embouchure cultivation. [12288 
© July 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 387612; Fillmore bros. co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Stand by your Uncle Sam ; words 
and music by J. J. McCowan, of 
U. S., arr. by Chris Praetorius, of 
U. S. New York, McCowan music 
pub. co. [12289 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 387489; John J. McCowan, 
New York. 

Stand for America ; words and music 
by C. Harold Lowden, of U. S. 

[12290 
© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 21, 1916 ; 
E 388509; Heidelberg press, Phila- 
delphia. 

Stand up for Jesus ; words anon., 
music by Christiaan Kriens, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. (Octavo ed., no. 1189) 

[12291 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 387618; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Standard duet players' album ; 29 
four hand piano pieces, [arr. by 
Orem Preston Ware] , of U. S. ; 
piano; 4 hands. [12292 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 387970; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on compilation and arrangement.] 

Star (The) Spangled Banner for 
mine ; words by A. C. James, music 
by W. M. Surdam, of U. S. [12293 
© July 28, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388763; W. M. Surdam, 
Union, N. Y. 



Stebetalka polka ; arr. by A. Brousek, 

of U. S. ; band. 4to. [12294 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 

1916 ; E 387961 ; Jos. Jiran, Chicago. 

Steeplechase foxtrot ; by Percy Wen- 
rich, of U. S. ; piano. [12295 
© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916 ; E 389212 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Step lively ; waltz by P. Lucchetti, of 
Italy, domiciled at New York ; piano. 

[12296 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387290; 
Peter Lucchetti, New York. 

Stepping the step; by Walter Alex- 
ander, of U. S., arr. by William C. 
Polla, of U. S. [12297 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387469; 
Karczag pub. co., New York. 

Sterbende (Der) sold at; gedicht von 
A. de Nora, als strofenlied gesetzl 
von Johann Valentin Andrea, of 
Germany ; gesang und klavier. 
( Deutsche! kriegs- und soldatenlieder, 
no. 23) [12298 

© June 10, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380833 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Sterngucker-walzer ; aus der oper- 
ette Der sterngucker, von Franz 
Lehar, arr. von Martin Uhl, of Aus- 
tria; Wiener quartett; 2 violinen, 
guitarre und akkordeon. [12299 

© Mar. 16, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381254 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 

Stewart (Anna Lambert) Etudes; by 

A. L. Stewart, of U. S., op. 1, no. 1, 

2 ; piano. [12300 

© 1 c. July 12, 1916; E 388428; 

Anna Lambert Stewart, Easton, Pa. 

Still as the night ; words and music 

by Ernst Krohn, of U. S. [12301 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 

1916; E 388990; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Stockhoff (Walter W.) Sonata ; by 
W. W. Stockhoff, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12302 
© June 28, 1916; 2 c. June 30, 
1916 ; E 388270 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

Stonewall Wilson ; words and music 
by Robert Mortimer [pseud, of Ber- 
tram Shapleigh], of U. S. [12303 
© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1916 ; 
E 387908; National music pub. co., 
New York. 



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no. 9, 1916 



12318 



Stop fighting; words by F. W. Wil- 
son, music by Carl Muehling [pseud, 
of Ethel Fisher], of U. S., arr. by 
F. W. Wilson, of U. S. ; words and 
melody only. [12304 

© 1 c. July 14, 1916 ; E 388454 ; F. 
W. Dillon, Bostwick, Fla. 

Storm; prelude by P. Lucchetti, of 
Italy, domiciled at New York, piano. 

[12305 
© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387289; 
Peter Lucchetti, New York. 

Stornelli di primavera; versi di A. 
Silvestri, musica di E. Cannio, of 
Italy; canto e mandolino. 4to. 

[12306 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 384705; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Story (The) book. See At the toy- 
shop. 

Story (The) hour; by Benjamin 
Frederick Rungee, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12307 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 387534; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Story (The) of Old Glory, the flag 
we love; lyric by J. Will Callahan, 
music by Ernest R. Ball, of U. S. 

[12308 
© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916; E 388748 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Story of the wise men. See Bee- 
thoven (Ludwig van) 

Strauss (Richard) Morgen (To-mor- 
row) ; by R. Strauss, played by 
Howard Brockway, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls G 14683) 

[12309 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1916 ; E 387739 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

To you. (Zueignung) ; words by 

Hermann v. Gilm, English version by 
Th. Baker, of U. S., music by R. 
Strauss, op. 10, no. 1 ; high voice in 
C. [12310 

© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388777; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
English version.] 

Street sketches ; suits, by Nat. 
Schildkret, of U. S. ; violin and 

piano. Contents : 1. Italian. — 2. 

Hebrew.— 3. Negro. [12311 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 388339; Internatl. music 
pub. co., New York. 



Studies; Mist [and] Flame; by J. A. 
Bliss, of U. S., op. 2, no. 1, 2 ; piano. 
Minneapolis, J. E. Frank music co. 

[12312 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 387878; James A. Bliss, 
Minneapolis. 

Study (A) in A; written in sonata 
form, by J. L. Frank, of U. S., op. 60, 
no. 2; piano. (Three studies for 
piano, written in sonata form, no. 2) 

[12313 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387041; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Study in A minor. See Hilliard 
(Geo.) Four studies. 

Study (A) in F; written in sonata 
form by J. L. Frank, of U. S., op. 
60, no. 3; piano. (Three studies for 
piano, written in sonata form, no. 3 ) 

[12314 

© July 5, 1916; 2 c. July 3, 1916; 
E 387042; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Study (A) in G ; written in sonata 
form by J. L. Frank, of U. S., op. 60, 
no. 1; piano. (Three studies for 
piano written in sonata form, no. 1) 

[12315 

© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387040; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Substance; sacred song, words by 
John Randall Dunn, music by Wil- 
liam John Hall, of U. S. 1. Soprano 
or tenor. 2. Mezzo soprano or bar. 

[12316 

© June 28, 1916 ; 2 c each June 29, 
1916 ; E 388201 ; Arthur P. Schmidt, 
co., Boston. 

Suchen und finden (Hide and seek) ; 
by Heinrich Hohner, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12317 
© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388572; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Suedoise and Moresque; by Theodore 
Lack, arr. by A. E. Harris, of U. S. ; 
orch. (Ideal edition, no. 231) 

[12318 

© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 

1916 ; E 388584 ; Cundy Bettoney co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 



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pt. in, n. s., a'. 11 



Suffer the little children ; words 
from the Bible, music by Reginald 
Barrett, of U. S., op. 82; mixed 
voices, organ ace. (Octavo series 
mixed voices, sacred no. 1187.) 

[12319 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916 ; E 387422 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Suffragette music ; by W. C. Hender- 
son, of U. S., op. 254 ; piano. [12320 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1916; E 387831; 
Win. C. Henderson, New York. 

Suites anglaises. See Bach (J. S.) 

Summer; intro. Shells of ocean, by 
George Spenser, of U. S. ; piano, 
with words ad lib. [12321 

© Aug. 16, 1916: 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388984; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

See also Haydn (F. J.) 

Summer night waltz; by Theodora 
Dutton, of U. S. ; piano. Four 
dancettes. [12322 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388999; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Summer's (A) day; by Owen Cam- 
eron, of U. S. ; piano. [12323 
© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388574; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Summer's (A) night; miniature 
waltz, by W, R. Williams and J. 
Edniond Harvard, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12324 
© May 12. 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 388356; Will Rossiter, Chi- 
cago. 

Summer's return; joyous days, by 
Florence Newell Barbour, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Nature pictures) [12325 
© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387591; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Sun (The) is shining somewhere; 
words by Frona Scott, music by H. 
Lillenas, of Norway. (In Camp 
meeting melodies). [12326 

© Aug. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 387985; Haldor Lillenas, 
Olivet, 111. 

Sun of my soul; anthem, words by 
John Keble. music by Mark An- 
drews, of U. S. ; contralto or bass 
solo and chorus or quartet of mixed 



Sun of my soul — Continued. 

voices. 4to. (Church music re- 
view, no. 425.) [12327 
© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 386938; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Sunlight (The) of heaven; words 
and music by P. D. Bird, of Eng- 
land, domiciled at San Diego, Cal. 

[12328 
© May 10, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 386915; P. Douglas Bird, 
Palos Park, 111. 

Sunset; melodie romantique, by Eve- 
lyn Sharpe, of Great Britain; vio- 
lin and piano. [12329 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388705; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Sunset glow ; waltzes, by F. W. Van- 
dersloot, of U. S., arr. by F. H. 
Losey, of U. S. ; full orch. with piano 
ace. 4to. [12330 

© July 22, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388635; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

words by S. Anworth Rutherford, 

music by John W. Metcalf, of U. S. 
1. Soprano or tenor. 2. Mezzo so- 
prano or baritone. 3. Alto or bass. 

[12331 

© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. each Aug. 
15, 1916; E 387812; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Sun-set inn ; words and music by 
J. H. McDonald, of U. S. [12332 

© 1 c. July 24, 1916; E 388610; 
John H. McDonald, Fulton, Mo. 

Sunshine (The) of love's golden 
morn ; words by J. W. Ickes, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12333 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387480; 
J. W. Ickes, Montreal, Wis. 

Supplication ; 1st dramatic religious 
song, text from the Holy Writ, col- 
laboration of Henrietta Falconer- 
Grant, music by P. Kiirsteiner, of 
U. S., op. 25, no. 1 ; bar. or con- 
tralto in C. New York, Kiirsteiner 
and Rice. [12334 

© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 387426; Jean Paul Kur- 
steiner, New York. 



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12352 



Supposing; words by P. E. Stebbing, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [12335 

© 1 c. Sept 1, 1916; E 389311; 

F. Edna Stebbing, New Haven, Conn. 

Sue le Volga; par Anton Vodorinski, 
of Great Britain, op. 26, no. 2 ; piano. 
(Six vignettes, no. 2.) [12336 

© June 7, 1916 ; 1 c. July 11, 1916 ; 
E 380823; A. Hammond & co., Lon- 
don. 

SUE TROIS MARCHES DE MAEBRE ROSE. 

See Gavotte bleue. 

Sweet Babette, she always did the 
minuet; words by Andrew B. Ster- 
ling and Ed Moran, music by Harry 
Von Tilzer, of U. S. [12337 

© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387496; Harry Von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 

Sweet expectancy; words by M. Ma- 
tier, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [12338 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388548; 
M. Matier, Los Gatos, Cal. 

Sweet Luana; Hawaiian serenade, 
words and music by Iaelani Iaukea, 
of U. S. [12339 

© June 27, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916; E 388492; W. A. Quincke & 
co., Los Angeles. 

Sweet (The) May-tide; words by H. 
D. Banning, music by Gilbert A. Al- 
cock, of Great Britain. [12340 

© July 20, 1916; 1 c. July 22, 
1916 ; E 381080 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Sweet Spirit, comfort me; words by 
R. Herrick, music by Alvin W. 
Roper, of U. S. [12341 

© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916: E 390215; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Sweet sunshine schottische; by 
Guilbaut Maquet, ed. and arr. by 
Thomas a' Becket. of U. S. ; piano. 

[12342 
© July 6, 1916 : 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387099; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and arrangement.] 

Sweetheart; words by Lettie Gould, 
music by Jerome Heller, of U. S. 

[12343 
© Aug. 25, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916: E 387913; Church, Paxson & 
co., New York. 



Sweetheart mine; waltz song, words 
and music by G. Kewley, of U. S. 
Seattle, Wash., Echo music pub. co. 

[12344 
© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1916 ; 
E 387693 ; Gladys Kewley, Seattle. 

Swinging. See School-day miniatures. 

Swiss (A) village. See Scenes 
abroad. 

Sylvan sketches ; by Heinrich Helm, 
arr. by Albert Stoessel, of U. S. ; 
violin and piano. 4to. (Boston 
music co. ed., no. 120.) Contents: 
1. Nodding ferns.— 2. Where the 
cool moss grows.— 3. Songsters on 
the boughs.— 4. Under the great oak 
tree. — 5. Woodland sprites. 

[12346 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 

1916; E 387903; Boston music co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Sylvia; waltz, by J. S. Richards, of 

U. S. ; piano. [12347 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 

1916; E 388706; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. 

Sympathie; von Otto Junne, of Ger- 
many; klavier. (Vier vortrags- 
stiick-chen, no. 3) [12348 

© Nov. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380994; N. Simrock, g. m. 
b. h., Leipzig. 

Syncopating the arpeggio; by W. J. 
Grunebaum, of U. S., op. 96; piano. 

[12349 
© 1 c. July 22,*1916; E 387442; 
Defense music pub. co., Baltimore. 

Take back my answer to mother; 
words and music by Alfred E. Wil- 
liams, of U. S. New York, P. J. 
Howley music co. [12350 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387514; A. E. Williams, 
Arnett, Okl. 

Same. [12351 

© July 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 388757; A. E. Williams, Arnett, 
Okl. 

Take me back to Broadway; words 
and music by W. Jones, of U. S. 

[12352 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390014; 
William Jones, Edwardsville, Pa. 



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I>t. in, n. s., v. 11 



Take me back to deae old loveland ; 

words by A. A. Coutz, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [12353 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388537; 

Albert A. Coutz, Wheeling, W. Va. 

Take me to my Alabam' ; by Will A. 
Dillon and Harry Tobias, arr. by 
Geo. J. Trinkaus, of U. S. ; vocal 
orch., E flat; 4to. [12354 

© Aug. 25, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1916 ; E 387978 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

■ words by Will Dillon, music by 

Harry Tobias, of U. S. [12355 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916 ; E 387881 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Take my heart back to Ireland ; 
words by M. Brodesser, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12356 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387648; 
Mary Brodesser, San Francisco. 

Talisman (Le) ; suite du ballet, par 
Richard Drigo, of Italy, fur orches- 
ter. Contents : — 1. Andante molto 
sostenuto. — 2. Variation. — 3. Valse. 
—4. Allegro. [12357 

© Apr. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380940 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 

Tannhausees pilgeefahet. See Wag- 
ner (Richard) 

Target or fate; words by J. B. Win- 

cek, music by Carl Muehling, [pseud. 

of Ethel Fisher], of U. S. [12358 

© 1 c. July 20, 1916; E 387440; 

John Boyd Wincek, Columbus, N. M. 

Te Deum in B flat; words Biblical, 
music by Walter C. Gale, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. (An- 
thems for mixed voices, no. 2521) 

[12359 
© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387029; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Te Deum laudamus ; set to music in 
B flat, by Charles Lister Bradley, of 
England ; mixed voices in unison, 
occasional harmony ad lib. 4to. 
London, Novello & co., limited. 

[12360 
© July 21, 1916; 1 c. July 22, 
1916; E 381076; C. L. Bradley, 
Folkestone, England. 



Teach me a song ; words by Rubie T. 
Reyburn, music by Louis A. Reilly, 
of U. S. ; medium voice. [12361 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388558; Alden music pub. 
co., Boulder, Col. 

Technique (La) supebieuee de 
l'aechet ; par Lucien Capet, of 
France; violon. [12362 

© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 
E 380851; Maurice Senart et cie., 
Paris. 

Teddie and the Angoea; words by 

M. E. Nugent, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. » [12363 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389307; 

Mary E. Nugent, Port Byron, N. Y. 

Tell me; words and melody by S. 
Seager, of U. S. [12364 

© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1916; E 388817; 
Stella Seager, Pasadena. 

Tell out the wondeeful stoey ; words 
by Paul Rader, music by D. B. 
Towner, of U. S. [12365 

© May 11, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 388426 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

Tell youe little giel good-bye ; words 
and music by Frank Butler, of U. S. 

12366 

© 1 c. May 26, 1916; E 388132; 
Frank B. Stephenson, Marble, Col. 

Tempeeance • (The) bugle call; by 
L. S. Leason. Lincoln, Neb., L. S. 
Leason and D. B. Gilbert, 1916. 54 
p. 4to. [12367 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c July 28, 
1916; aff. Aug. 3, 1916; A 436250; 
Lyman S. Leason, Lincoln, Neb. 
[Copyright is claimed on new mat- 
ter.] 

Tempeeance maeching song; watch 
on the Rhine, words by R. L. 
Fletcher, music by Carl Wilhelm, of 
Germany, arr. by Robert L. Fletcher, 
of U. S. [12368 

© June 14, 1916; 2 c. June 16, 
1916; E 383958; R. L. Fletcher, 
Wheeling, W. Va. 

Ten national aies. See Hunt (H. E.) 

Tennessee (The) blues; words by 
Arthur F. Holt, music by William 
Warner, of U. S. [12369 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 8, 
1916 ; E '387688 ; W. T. Pierson & 
co., New York. 



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no. 9, 1916 



12388 



Tenth regiment march, N. G. N. Y. ; 
words and music by G. F. Chandler, 
of U. S. [12370 

© Aug. 11, 191C; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916; E 3SS950; George F. Chand- 
ler, Kingston, N. Y. 

Tesoro mio; waltz, by E. Becucci, of 
U. S., arr. by B. Quattrociocche, of 
U. S. ; armonica. (Edition for ar- 
monica, no. 8) [12371 

© July 10, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916; E 388440; B. Quattrociocche, 
Steubenville, O. 

Test (The) is coming; words by F. 

L. Paddelford, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [12372 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388531; 

Fred L. Paddleford, Mobile, Ala. 

That funny little something ; 
words by L. Wolfe Gilbert, music by 
Leo Edwards, of U. S. [12373 

© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916 ; E 388782 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 

That game of love ; words and music 
by S. Glazer, of U. S. [12374 

© July 31. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 2, 
1916 ; E 388807 ; Sain Glazer, Ander- 
son, Ind. 

That Indiana Hoosier girl of mine; 

words by E. J. Filburn, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [12375 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389301: 

Ed. J. Filburn, Terre Haute, Ind. 

That languid melody ; from The Bing 
boys are here, words by Clifford 
Grey, music by Nat. D. Ayer, of 
U. S. [12376 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E388285 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

That old family album at home; 
words by Frank Davis, music by 
Max Friedman, of U. S. [12377 
© July 18, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916 ; E 387180 ; Max Friedman mu- 
sic pub. co., Pittsburgh. 

That's a mother's love; words and 
music by H. Tobias, of U. S. New 
York, Harry Tobias music co. 

[12378 

© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 

1916 ; E 388904 ; Harry Tobias, New 

York. 

That's all I ask of you ; words by H. 

P. Cambre, music by A. F. Picon, 

of U. S. [12379 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387342; 

Hy. P. Cambre and A. F. Picon, New 

Orleans. 



That's why; words and music by 

H. F. Wright, of U. S. [12380 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 

1916; E 388665; H. Fuller Wright, 

Philadelphia. 

That's why my heart turns to you ; 
by Howard L. Acton, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus, of U. S. ; in E flat ; vocal 
orch. 4to. (Vocal orchestra, no. 
1719) [12381 

© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916 ; E 388744 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement.] 

Then I belonged to you; words and 

music by B. Gay, of U. S., arr. by 

Mrs. B. Gay, of U. S. [12382 

© 1 c. July 29, 1916; E 387523; 

Byron Gay, Los Angeles. 

Then I'll come back, Nora mine; 
words and music by H. J. Kelley, 
of U. S., arr. by Fred Fleming, of 
U. S. [12383 

© 1 c. June 28, 1916; E 387279; 
Henry Joseph Kelley, New York. 

Then love will come; barcarolle, 
from The girl from Brazil, lyrics by 
Matthew Woodward, music by Sig- 
mund Romberg, of Austria, domi- 
ciled at New York city. [12384 
© Aug. 26. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 381617; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

There is ever a song somewhere; 
words by James Whitcomb Riley, 
music by S. M. Ford, of U. S., me- 
dium voice. [12385 
© 1 c. July 22, 1916; E 387449; 
Stella Mae Ford, Pomona, Cal. 

There is no one like mother and no 
place like home; words by W. 
Maley, music bv J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [12386 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387657; 
Wm. Maley, Turtle Creek, Pa. 

There my darling is sleeping neath 
the shamrocks in repose; words 
by C. M. Bolin, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [12387 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388919; 
Charles M. Bolin, Garrett, Ind. 

There's a broken heart for every 
light on Broadway; by Fred 
Fischer, arr. by Wm. Schulz, of 
U. S. ; cornet, trombone or baritone 
solo, or vocal ace, with band. 4to. 

[12388 
© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 387540 ; Leo' Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



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There's a cozy little corner in my 
heart for you; words by G. M. 
Orme, music by R. A. Browne, of 
U. S. ; words and melody only. 

[12389 
© 1 c. July 19, 1916; E 388500; 
Gertrude M. Orme, Racine, Wis. 

There's a little bit of bad in every 
good little girl ; words by Grant 
Clarke, music by Fred Fischer, of 
U. S. [12390 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388631; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

There's a Quaker down in Quaker 
Town ; fox trot by Alfred Solman, 
played by Pete Wendling, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls B 
15292) [12391 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387755 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

There's a song in my heart; words 

by Mary Toland Criss, music by R. 

G. Swartzbaugh, of U. S. [12392 

© June 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 29, 1916 ; 

E 387526; Ray G. Swartzbaugh, 

Hermon, 111. 

There's a thrill in every kiss ; from 
Look who's here, lyric by Neal Har- 
per, music by H. Orlob, of U. S. 

[12393 
© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916 ; E 389201 ; Harold Orlob, New 
York. 

There's no navy like the U. S. A. ; 
words and music by M. J. Pulver, 
of U. S. Winsted, Conn., Crystal 
music pub. co. [12394 

© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 14, 1916 ; 
E 388437; Merwin J. Pulver, Win- 
sted, Conn. 

There was a man from New York 
town ; Republican campaign march- 
ing song, words and music by D. H. 
Wilson, of U. S. [12395 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 387820; Daniel H. Wilson, 
Portland, Or, 

They are fighting for the mother- 
land ; poem by V. Realff, music by 
R. A. Browne, of U. S. [12396 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1916; E 390085; 
Violet Realff, Traynor, Sask., Can- 
ada. 

They had to walk back ; words by 

J. Gareau, music by J. E. Andino. 

of U. S. [12397 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 3874S8 ; 

Jap' Gareau, Jefferson, S. D. 



They shall hunger no more; words 
from the Bible, music by Wm. Lyn- 
don Wright, of U. S. 1. In E flat— 
2. In C. [12398 

© July 19, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 19, 
1916 ; E 387423 ; Arthur S. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Think of me; words by C. P. French, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[12399 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387642; 
C. P. French, Quincy, 111. 

Thome (Francis) Melody; by F. 
Thome, rev. and ed. with instruc- 
tions as to interpretation and method 
of study, biographical sketch, story 
and glossary, by Emerson Whit- 
horne, of U. S. ; piano. (Selected 
edition, progressive series, no. 346, 
grade 2-a) [12400 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387348; Art. publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on an- 
notations and revisions.] 

Those saxophone blues ; fox trot, by 

Paul Biese, of U. S. ; piano. [12401 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 

1916; E 388521; Frank K. Root & 

co., Chicago. 

Thought (A) for the boys in blue; 
words by A. Gallagher-Barton, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12402 
© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388723; 
Anna Gallagher-Barton, Charleston. 
131. 

Thoughts ; by Oscar S. Elgart, of U. 
S. ; violin and piano. [12403 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 388457; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

by P. P. Brady, of U. S. ; 1st 

violin. [12404 

© 1 c. July 27, 1916; E 387498; 
Peter P. Brady, New York. 

Three American gentlemen ; words 
and music by W. H. Charles, of 
U. S. [12405 

© Feb. 23, 1916 : 2 c. Sept. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388869; William Henry Charles, 
Midland Beach, N. Y. 

Three lyric pieces. See Grieg (E. H.) 

Through shadowed vales ; valse de 
concert, cluo, by Holmes & Smith, 
of U. S. ; 1st and 2d B flat cornet, 
or saxophone, piano ace. (Famous 
duets, no. 2) [12406 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E- 389204; C. L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa, la. 



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no. 9, 1916 



12423 



Through these wonderful glasses 
of mine; words by Jack Mahoney, 
music by Harry Von Tilzer, of U. S. 

[12407 

© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387497; Harry Von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 

Tin soldiers' guard. See At the toy- 
shop. 

'Tis midnight; words by William H. 
Tappan, music by F. E. Oliver, of 
U. S. [12408 

© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 390221; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

To a butterfly; by Esther Gronow, 
of U. S., piano. Five sketches. 

[12409 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387676; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

To a flower child ; niusic by H. Far- 
jeon, of Great Britain, op. 44, no. 1 ; 
organ. [12410 

© June 13, 1916; 1 c. July 1, 
1916; E 384576; Augener, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

To a humming bird ; by Edgar Thorn, 
transcription from the works of Ed- 
ward MacDowell, by Arthur Hart- 
man of U. S. ; violin and piano. 

[12411 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 19, 

1916 ; E 387424 ; Arthur P. Schmidt, 

co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

To an Alpine flower; melody by 
August Nolck, of Germany op. 196, 
no. 2; violin and pianoforte. 
(Greetings from afar, no. 2) 

[12412 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381483; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

To fairyland ; words by Virginia Bid- 
die, music by Reginald de Koven, of 
U. S., op. 380, no. 2; soprano or 
tenor. [12413 

© July 8, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 383327; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

TO MARRY OR NOT TO MARRY; musical 

recitation, by Lalla Ryckoff, of 
U. S. [12414 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 27, 
1916; E 387502; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 



To my dear old mother ; words and 
music by W. S. Norman, of U. S. 

[12415 
© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388861 ; W. S. Norman, Oklahoma 
City, Okl. 

TO MY DREAMING ACHING HEART ; 

words by Mrs. J. A. Clukies, music 
by Harry Stirling, of U. S. Wash- 
ington, Marks-Goldsmith co., inc. 

[12416 
© Dec. 11, 1915; 2 c. July 29, 
1916; E 387522; Mrs. J. A. Clukies, 
St. Louis. 

To Texas; words by Lynn W. Land- 
rum, music by F. L. Reed, of U. S. 

[12417 
© June 23, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388637; Frank Le Fevre 
Reed, Austin, Tex. 

To the front ; march, by C. C. Haugh, 

of U. S. ; band. 4to. [12418 

© Aug. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1910 ; 

E 388865; Crescent music pub. co., 

Detour, Md. 

by Henry Parker, arr. by E. 

A. Mueller, of U. S. ; piano, four 
hands. [12419 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387094; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

To Thee, O Lord, our hearts we 
raise ; words by W. Chatterton Dix, 
music by William Reed, of Canada ; 
mixed voices. Oct. series, no. 1188. 

[12420 
© July 25, 1916 2 c. July 26, 
1916 ; E 384778 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

music by Paul Ambrose, of 

U. S., op. 41, no. 1; mixed voices. 
(Octavo series, mixed voices sacred, 
no. 1174) [12421 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388703; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

To you ; words by Mary Beatrice Tan- 
non, music by Alex. M. Jareckie, of 
U. S. ; op. 16. [12422 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388991; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

(An dich) ; by Alfons Czibulka, 

op. 390, played by Felix Gerdts, of 
Austria. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls G 15053) [12423 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384874 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

See also Strauss (Richard) 



809 



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12424 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Told by the fireside ( Grossnmtter 
erziihlt) ; by Carl Reuther, of Ger- 
many, op. 17, no. 3; piano, four 
hands. (At close of day, no. 3) 

[12424 
© Aug. 3, 1918 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 381488; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Totje a cheval (On 'horseback) ; by 
I. Barton, of U. S. ; piano. [12425 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387621 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Teagic poem ; by W. J. Fenney, of Eng- 
land, op. 11; orchestra. London, 
Stainer & Bell., ltd. [12426 

© July 14, 1916; 1 c. July 31, 
1916 ; E 381132 ; William J. Fenney, 
Birmingham, England. 

Trail (The) to Sunset Valley; 
words and music by L. Wolfe Gil- 
bert and Lewis F. Muir, of U. S. 

[12427 
© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916 ; E 388960 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 

Trauergesang (Chanson trieste) ; mu- 
sik von Giovanni Battista Lully, 
herausgegeben und iibersetzt von 
Adolf Wallnofer, of Germany ; fur 
tiefere stimme mit pianoforte. 

[12428 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 

1916 ; E 381422 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on editing and translation.] 

Trauermarsch ; von Hugo Kaun, of 
Germany, op. 101, no. 3; orchester 
stimmen. (Deutsche marsche, no. 
3) [12429 

© Feb. 22, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381141 ; Jul. Heinr. Zimmer- 
mann, Leipzig. 

Trauriges lied. See Gedichte von 
Ernst Goll. 

Trauungsgesang ; geistlicher gesang, 
komponiert von G. Jenner, of Ger- 
many, op. 10; eine singstimme mit 
klavier oder orgelbegleitung. 

[12430 
© June 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381155; C. A. Klemm, Leipzig. 

Traveller's hymn ; sacred song, words 
by Laura A. Ellison, music by G. 
Waring Stebbins, of U. S. [12431 
© June 27, 1916; 2 c. June 28, 
1916; E 386941; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Traviata. See Verdi (Guiseppe) 



Treasure (The) hunters; comic op- 
eretta, book by William Danforth, 
lyrics by Edith Sanford Tillotson 
and William Danforth, music by J. 
S. Fearis, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 
Vocal score. [12432 

© July 12, 1916 ; 2 c. " July 15, 
1916 ; D 19696 ; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Trio no. 1 in G major ; by William J. 

Fenney, of England, op. 20; piano, 

violin and violoncello. [12433 

© July 22, 1916; 1 c. July 24, 

1916; E 384748; J. & W. Chester, 

London. 
Teovatore. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 

True to Jesus ; words and music by 
E. C. Harding, of U. S. ; sop. and 
ten., sop. and alto, or alto and ten. 

[12434 
© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916; E 388752; Edward Clare 
Harding, Mexico, Mo. 

Trust and obey; with variations, 
words by J. H. Sammis, music by 
D. B. Towner, variations by Foss L. 
Fellers, of U. S. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Blue Mountains pub. co. [12435 

© May 11, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 388427 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

Truth ; sacred song, words by Kate J. 
Brainard, music by William John 
Hall, of U. S. 1. Soprano or tenor. 
2. Mezzo soprano or bar. [12436 
© June 28, 1916; 2 c. each June 
29, 1916; E 388202; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

TSCHAIKOWSKY (PETER ILJITCH) 

Blessed is the man; by P. I. 
Tschaikowsky, English adaptation 
by N. Lindsay Norden, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. 4to. Russian church 
music with English texts, no. 4133) 

[12437 

© July 7, 1916 ; 2 c. July 10, 1916 ; 

E 388336; J. Fischer & bro., New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on 

English adaptation.] 

Kommt, madchen; chorus of 

country girls from Eugene Onegin, 
English version by Frederick H. 
Martens, of U. S., music by P. 
Tschaikowsky. 4to. (Four-part 
songs for women's voices-secular, no. 
2524) [12438 

.© July 5, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 387035; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. < [Copyright is claimed on 
English text.] 



810 



MUSICAL COMPOSITION 



no. 9, 1916 



12451 



Tuekische hymne. See Uhl (Mar- 
tin) ) Sechs hymnen. 

Tuekische volkshymne ; ged. von 
Ahmed Saadeddin Bei, frei in's 
deutsche tibersetzt vom komponis- 
ten, musik von Josef Sulzer, of Aus- 
tria, fur gemischten oder manner- 
clior. rait klavierbegl. [12439 

© Aug. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381007; Alexander Rose, 
Vienna. 

Tulips ; by Walter E. Miles, played by 
Felix Gardts, of Austria. (Rythmo- 
dik record music rolls F 15063) 

[12440 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 

1916 ; E 384865 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Turn back the universe and give me 
yesterday ; lyric by J. Keirn Rren- 
nan, music by Ernest R. Ball, of 
U. S. [12441 

© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387292; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 



male voices, 4to. (Ex- 
cellent quartette arrangements on 
popular publications, no 873) 

[12442 

© Sept. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 

E 390082 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on new 

arrangement] 

Turn (The) of the way; words and 
music by E. M. Winter, of U. S. 
12mo. [12443 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1913 ; 
E 387604; Eva Martindale Winter, 
Mound Valley, Kan. 

'TWAS ONLY AN IRISHMAN'S DREAM ; 

lyric by John J. O'Brien, music by 
Rennie Cormack, of U. S. [12444 
© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916 ; E 388749 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Twenty-four exercises. See Dont 
(Jacques) 

Twilight brings me you. See Love's 
hour. 

Twilight memories ; words by W. P. 
Ewing, music by Julia F. Lockett, of 
U. S., op. 41. [12445 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388641; Thos. Goggan & 
bro., Galveston, Tex. 



Twilight reverie; trio or three part 
chorus, words by M. Josephine 
Moroney, music by Stephen Heller, 
arr. by E. S. Hosmer, of U. S. ; 
women's voices. 4to. (Part songs 
for women's voices, no. 10832) 

[12446 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387082; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Twilight reveries ; trio or three part 
chorus, words by M. Josephine Mo- 
roney, music by Stephen Heller, arr. 
by E. S. Hosmer, of U. S. ; women's 
voices. 4to. (Part songs for 
women's voices, no. 10832) [12447 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388974; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Two Chinese songs. See Tyrrold 
(Aston) 

Two grenadiers. See Schumann (R. 
A.) 

Two roses ; song by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer, of U. S. ; sop. or ten. and 
mezzo sop. and bar. [12448 

© July 25, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 26, 
1916 ; E 388709 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Two songs. See Reynolds (M. D.) 

Tyrolienne; by Joseph Rummel, rev. 
and ed. with instructions as to inter- 
pretation and method of study, bio- 
graphical sketch, and general infor- 
mation by Emerson Whithorne, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Selected edition, pro- 
gressive series, no. 344, grade 2-a) 

[12449 
© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387352; Art publ. soc, St. 
Louis. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
visions and annotations.] 

Tyrrold (Aston) Two Chinese songs, 
poetry by Elizabeth Rendall, music 
by A. Tyrrold, of Great Britain, op. 
17. Contents: — 1. Noon song. — 2. 
Village song. [12450 

© July 15, 1916; 1 c. July 19, 
1916; E 384721; A. Corbett-Smith, 
Leeds, England. 

Uff'm kanapee ; duett aus Der lus- 
tige vagabund, text von Julius 
Bischitzky, musik von Wismar 
Rosendahl, of Germany. [12451 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381194; Musikalienverlag 
E Tiemann, Berlin. 



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12452 



pt. Ill, U. S.. V. 11 



TJhl (Mabtin) Sechs hymnen; mu- 
sik von Josef Haydn, C. Wilhelm, 
Fr. Erkel, etc., arr. von Martin Uhl, 
of Austria; salonorchester. 4to. 
Contents: 1. Oesterreichische volks- 
hymne. — 2. Deutsche hymne. — 3. 
Wilhelm, Die wacht am Rhein. — 
4. Ungarische hymne. — 5. Turkische 
hymne. — 6. Bulgarische hymne. 

[12452 
© Jan. 2, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
11916 ; E 381383 ; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Uluwehi O Kaala; a song of Ha- 
waii, words and music by Kaniho- 
mauole, arr. by Chas. E. King, of 
U. S. [12453 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916 ; E 387971 ; Chas. E. King, Hon- 
olulu. 

Um den mai herum ; aus der operette, 
Die Oder keine, musik von Edm. 
Eysler, arr. von Martin Uhl, of Aus- 
tria ; salonorchester. [12454 

© Oct. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380834; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky), Leipzig. Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Umbea. See Reynolds (M. D.) Two 
songs. 

Uncle Sam bewaee; words and mu- 
sic by J. L. H. Taylor, of U. S. 

[12455 
© 1 c. June 30, 1916; E 388325; 
Julia L. H. Taylor, New York. 

Uncle Sam is calling you, Wilson ; 
chorus, words and melody by Charles 
C. Miles, of U. S. (Post card ser.) 

[12456 
© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 388897; C. C. Miles, May- 
wood, 111. 

Uncle Sammy we aee with you; 

words by S. Cook, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [12457 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388529; 

Samuel Cook, Hopewell, Va. 

Uncle Sammy's Aemy ; lyric by M. H. 
Morse, music by H. M. Dolph, of 
U. S. Detroit, Witney-Warner pub. 
co. [12458 

© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 
E 387685; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 



Uncle Sam's eetuen ; words by Wm. 
Blackshaw, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [12459 
© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388863; Wm. Blackshaw, Hunt- 
ington, N. Y. 

Uncle Sam's union suit ; words and 
music by L. E. Moore, of U. S., arr. 
by Clarence M. Jones, of U. S. 

[12460 

© July 14, 1916 ; 2 c. July 17, 1916 ; 

E 388465 ; L. Embry Moore, Chicago. 

Und der Heeegott lacht ; lied aus der 
operette, der sterngucker, musik von 
Franz Lehar, arr. von Martin Uhl, 
of Austria. 1. Wiener quartett, 2 
violinen, guitarre u. akkordeon. 2. 
Salonorchester. 3. Orchester. 

[12461-12463 
© Mar. 16, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381253, 381255, 381257. W. 
Karczag, Vienna. 

Under American skies ; by A. A. 
Mumma, of U. S. ; piano. [12464 

© 1 c. July 19, 1916; E 388495; 
Archie A. Mumma, Dayton, O. 

Under the great oak tree. See Syl- 
van sketches. 

Under the old pine tree; words and 
music by E. L. Cooper, of U. S. 

[12465 
© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388917; 
Ernest Leroy Cooper, Denver. 

Unforgotten ; words and music by F. 
R. McClusky, arr. by L. A. Clark, of 
U. S. [12466 

© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916; E 388952; F. Roy McClusky, 
Canfield, O. 

Ungarische hymne. See Uhl (Martin) 
Sechs hymnen. 

Unger (Hermann) Sieben soldaten- 
lieder ; zu singen und zu spielen, 
musik von Hermann Unger, of Ger- 
many ; gesang und piano. Con- 
tents : — 1. Altes reiterlied. — 2. Re- 
krutenlied. — 3. Jetzt muss ich in den 
krieg marschieren. — 4. Mit pfeifen- 
klang. — 5. Verlassen. — 6. Soldaten- 
liebe— 7. Schildwachlied. [12467 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381150; Tischer & Jagen- 
berg, ltd., Cologne, a/Rh. Germany. 

Unique (The) system of chords, no. 
1; by D. Mansfield, of U. S. ; Ha- 
waiian ukulele. [12468 
© July 25, 1916 ; 2 c. July 26, 1916 ; 
E 388688;. Dudley Mansfield, New 
York. 



812 



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no. 9, 1916 



12484 



Unique (The) system of exercises, 
no i ; by D. Mansfield, of U. S. ; 
Hawaiian ukulele. [12469 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388689; Dudley Mansfield, 
New York. 

U. S. (The) cadets; march and two- 
step by W. L. Skaggs, of U. S. ; band, 
obi. 32mo. [12470 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 31, 1916 ; 
E 388766 ; J. E. Agnew, Des Moines. 

U. S. call to aems; march, by M. O. 
Ruch, of U. S. ; piano. [12471 

© July 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 
E 388909; Marcellus O. Ruch, Can- 
ton, O. 

U. S. A. foe me; words and music by 
T Morgan and D. G. Davies, of U. S. 
New York, F. B. Haviland pub. co. 

[12472 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388578; Thomas Morgan, 
Morgantown, W. Va. 

United States sweetheart mine ; 
words by F. W. Tug Willson, music 
by J. E. Anclino, of U. S. [12473 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916 ; E 388306 ; 
Fred W. Tug Willson, Los Angeles. 

United U. S. A. ; words by Walter B. 
Edmundson, music by W. P. De 
Long, of U. S. [12474 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 390059; 
W. B. Edmundson and Winfield P. 
De Long, New York. 

Unter einem fliederbaum. See Schu- 
bert (F. P.) 

Unter Hindenburgs fahnen ; marsch, 
text von H. Rosch, musik von Herin. 
Olbrich, of Germany; klavier zu 2 
handen mit cantabile. [12475 

© Mar. 17, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 381004; Hugo Rosch, 
Leipzig. 

Unterm efetjdach ; lied aus dem volks- 
stiick, Der jiingling mit den ellen- 
bogen, text von Carl Rossler und 
Ludwig Heller, musik von Ernst 
Steffan, arr. von Otto Lindemann, 
of Austria, fur gesang und piano. 

[12476 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381435 ; Drei masken verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Munich. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 



Upward (An) look; by Alice Bennett 
Wing, of U. S. ; piano. (In Out of 
doors, Summy edition, no 73) 

[12477 
© June 29, 1916 ; 2 c. July 3, 1916 ; 
E 388212; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Valhalla ; hesitation waltz, by W. B. 

Lynch, of U. S. ; piano. [12478 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 

1916; E 388556; William Bernard 

Lynch, Pittsburg, Kan. 

Valse. See Talisman (Le) 

Valse angelique; by F. Henri Klick- 

mann, of U. S. ; piano. [12479 

© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 

1916 ; E 388520 ; McKinley music co., 

Chicago. 

Valse boheme; by Christiaan Kriens, 
played by Felix Gerdts, of Austria. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls J 
13934) [12480 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384876 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Valse caprice ; by Josef Hof mann, op. 
53, played by Howard Brockway, of 
U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls J 14705) [12481 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387781 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Valse coquette; by W. C. Powell, of 
U. S. ; piano. [12482 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 387949; Church, Paxson & 
co., New York. 

Valse dtj chocolat atjx amandes. See 
Menus propos enfantins. 

Valse episode; duet, music and ar- 
rangement by Carl Wilhelm Kern, 
of U. S., op. 160; piano. [12483 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387088; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Valse inspiration ; by Julius Lenz- 

berg, of U. S. ; piano. [12484 

© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 

E 387686; Jerome H. Remick & co., 

New York. 



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12485 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Valse l' arpeggio ; by Herm. M. Hahn, 

of U. S., op. 32 ; piano. [12485 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 

1916; E 388992; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Valse lente. See Kompositionen. 

Valse Louise; by P. Beacham, of 
U. S. ; instrumental. [12486 

© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1916; E 387614; 
Priscilla Beacham, Baltimore. 

Valse melodique; by Adelaide Trow- 
bridge, of U. S. ; piano. Los Angeles, 
R. W. Heffelfinger. [12487 

© June 9, 1916 ; 2 c. July 24, 1916 ; 
E 388611; C. A. Trowbridge, Los 
Angeles. 

Valse poetique ; by J. P. Ludebuehl. 
of U. S. ; piano. [12488 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 387528; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Valse poudree; par A. Pennati Mal- 

vezzi, of Italy ; piano. [12489 

© June 21, 1916; 1 c. July 25, 

1916 ; E 381113 ; Casa musicale Son- 

zogno, Milan. 

Valse serieuse; by C. Fradel, edited 
and fingered by H. S. Sawyer, of 
U. S. ; piano. (New editions of old 
favorites, no. 1699) [12490 

© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389211; McKinley music 
co., Chicago. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing and fingering.] 

Valse vanity; by Walter Rolfe, of 

U. S. ; piano. [12491 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 

1916; E 388987; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Variation. See Talisman (Le) 

Verdi (Giuseppe) Heavenly Aida 
(Celeste Aida) ; romance, by G. 
Verdi, arr. by Frank R. Rix, of 
U. S. ; sop. 1 and 2 and alto. (8vo. 
choruses, no. 6557) [12492 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 388614; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Traviata; preludio 111 atto, by 

Verdi, arr. by B. Quattrociocche, of 
U. S. ; armonica. (Edition for ar- 
monica, no. 12) [12493 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388656; B. Quattrociocche, 
Steubenville, O. 



Verdi ( Giuseppe ) —Continued. 

Trovatore (II) ; Opera in four 

acts, by G. Verdi, English text by 
David Stevens, of U. S. ; chorus 
parts only; mixed voices. Laurel 
octavo. 4to. [12494 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1916 ; 
E 388883 ; C. C. Birchard & co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on Eng- 
lish text.] 

Verlassen. See Unger (Hermann) 
Sieben soldatenbieder. 

Verleik uns frieden gnadiglich. 
See Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Felix) 
Gebet. 

Vermeland. See Cycle of Swedish 
folk-song. 

Vers la voute etheree; marche, par 
M. Sinigaglia, of Italy; orchestre 
avec piano conducteur. [12495 

© June 24, 1916; 1 c. July 8, 
1916 ; E 380848 ; M. Sinigaglia, Nice, 
France. 

Vertrauen ; im morgengrauen der 
grossen zeit, dichtung von S. Wisch, 
musik von Gustav Schreck, of Ger- 
many ; fur 4 stimmigen gemischten 
chor; partitur. 4to. [12496 

© Apr. 10, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381325 ; Breitkopf & Hlirtel, New 
York. 

Vespergesang ; russisches volkslied, 
text von Freilegrath nach Moore, 
English version by John Bernhoff, 
melodie von John Stevenson, bearb. 
von Karl Kiimpf, of Germany; hohe 
stimme. 1. Mit normal-harmonium. 
2. Mit klavier [12497, 12498 

© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916 ; E 381153, 381154 ; Paul Koep- 
pen, Berlin. 

Viata e un vis (Life is a dream) ; 
waltz, by Carol Decker, arr. by P. 
Tesio, of U. S. ; 2 mandolins and 
guitar. (Oriental music 1002) 

[12499 
© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 15, 
1916; E 386601; Peter Tesio, New 
York. 
Victory; words by Isabel C. Gibbs 
Stewart, music by E. M. Gibbs, of 
Canada, domiciled at Brooklyn. 

[12500 

© 1 c. July 31, 1916; E 388773; 

Edith M. Gibbs, Brooklyn. 

Vie brisee ; par H. Tellam, of France ; 

quintette k cordes avec piano-con- 

ducteur. • [12501 

© June 24, 1916 ; 1 c. July 8, 1916 ; 

E 380850 ; Paul Decourcelle, Nice. 



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no. 9, 1916 



12516 



Vier lieder. See Schindler - Mahler 
(A. M.) 

Village song. See Tyrrold (Aston) 
Two Chinese songs. 

Violet ( The ) . See Little flower pieces, 
no. 4. 

Violetas ; vals por J. Acosta,' arr. de 
Antonio Macias C, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at El Paso ; piano. [12502 
© June 12, 1916; 2 c. July 25, 
1916; E 388769; Edmundo O. Ar- 
giielles, El Paso. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Visions of Madrid ; Spanish serenade, 
by G. E. Holmes, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12503 
© July 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916; E 389209; C. L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa, la. 

Visit to the zoo; by Marie Crosby, 
of U. S., op. 45, no. 4; piano. (A 
day in the park, no. 4) [12504 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 387084; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Vivacity; dance rondo, by John B. 

Lilley, of U. S. ; piano. [12505 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 

1916; E 387339; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Vivian waltz ; by C. W. Smith, of 

U. S., arr. by Richard H. Halle, of 

U. S. ; piano. [12506 

© 1 c. Sept. 6, 1916; E 390086; 

Chester W. Smith, New York. 

Voglio fa' pace; versi di Libero Bo- 
vio, musica di Nicola Valentine, of 
Italy ; canto e mandolino. 4to. 

[12507 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 384711; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Voices of the night (Nachtgesang) ; 
by Carl Reuther, of Germany, op. 17, 
no. 6; piano, four hands. (At close 
of day, no. 6) [12508 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 381491; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Volksgesang. See Ertel (Paul) 
Fiinf stticke. 

Volunteer choir; v. 3, no. 11, Aug., 
1916, ed. by E. S. Lorenz, of U. S. 
4to. [12509 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
July 31, 1916; A 435448; Lorenz 
pub. co., Dayton, O. 



Volunteers (The) ; words by S. H. 
Matlock, music by Hector Gorjux, of 
U. S. [12510 

© July 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388845; Susan Hyman Matlock 
and Hector Gorjux, San Antonio. 

Voruber-vorbei. See Schubert (F. P.) 

Voyager (The) ; words by S. An worth 
Rutherford, music by John W. Met- 
calf, of U. S. 1. Soprano or tenor. 
2. Alto or baritone. [12511 

© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. each Aug. 
15, 1916; E 387810; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Wacht (Die) am berg; Tirol 1915, 
marschlied, text von Wilhelm Stark, 
musik von Robert Stolz, of Austria, 
op. 193. [12512 

© Aug. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 381005 ; Alexander Rose, Vi- 
enna. 

Wages (The) of sin is death; words 
and music by H. L. Guilford, of U. S. 

[12513 

© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1916; E 387941; 
Homer L. Guilford, Winsted, Conn. 

Wagner (Richard) Ballade der 
Senta ; aus Der fliegende Hollander, 
oper von R. Wagner, bearbeitung 
von Karl Kampf, of Germany; nor- 
mal-harmonium, mit iiberlegtem 
text. [12514 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380972; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Chor der friedensboten ; aus 

Rienzi, oper von R. Wagner, bear- 
beitung von Karl Kampf, of Ger- 
many ; normal-harmonium, mit iiber- 
legten text. [12515 

© Oct. 5, 1916 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380969; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Chor der norwegischen matrosen ; 

aus Der fliegende Hollander, oper 
von R. Wagner, bearbeitung von 
Karl Kampf, of Germany; normal- 
harmonium, mit iiberlegtem text. 

[12516 

© Oct. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380971; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



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12517 



pt. tii, n. s., v. 11 



Wagnek (Richard) — Continued. 

Doppelchor im Lateran ; aus Ri- 

enzi, oper von R. Wagner, bearbei- 
tung von Karl Kampf, of Germany ; 
normal-harmonium, mit iiberlegtem 
text. [12517 

© Oct. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380970; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Einleitung zum V. akt und Rienzis 

gebet ; aus Rienzi, oper von R. Wag- 
ner, bearbeitung von Karl Kampf, of 
Germany ; normal-harmonium, mit 
iiberlegtem text. [12518 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380959; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

— — Gesang der pilger bei der heim- 
kehr; aus Tannhauser, von R. Wag- 
ner, bearbeitung von Karl Kampf, of 
Germany ; normal-harmonium mit 
iiberlegtem text. [12519 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380945; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Gesang der pilger beim auszuge; 

aus Tannhauser, von R. Wagner, 
bearb. von Karl Kampf, of Ger- 
many ; normal-harmonium mit iiber- 
legtem text. [12520 

© Oct. 5, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 1916; 
E 380942; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Grals erzahlung; aus Lohengrin, 

romantische oper in 3 aufzugen, von 
R. Wagner ; zum ersten male ver- 
offentlicht, von Michael Balling, of 
Germany, arr. fur mannerchor, mit 
orchester, pages 358a-f. [12521 

© Dec. 31, 1914 ; 1 c. July 6, 1916 ; 
E 380830; Breitkopf & Hiirtel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement.] 

Lied des hirtenknaben ; aus Tann- 
hauser, von R. Wagner, bearbeitung 
von Karl Kampf, of Germany ; nor- 
mal-harmonium. [12522 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E; 380939; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on new ar- 
rangement.] 



Wagner (Richard) — Continued. 

Parsifal; prelude, by Wagner, 

played by Howard Brockway, of U. 
S. (Rythmodik record music rolls 
N 13687) [12523 

© Dec. 20, 1915; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387797 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Siegfried ; funfzig symphonische 

satze aus meisterdramen, von R. 
Wagner, gesetzt von Hermann Behn, 
of Germany, fur zwei klaviere zu 
vier hiinden, mit iiberlegtem text. 
Heft 1, 2, 3. (Editions Breitkopf, 
nos. 4688-4690) [12524 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381314 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangements.] 

Spinnerlied ; aus Der fliegende 

Hollander, oper von R. Wagner, 
bearbeitung von Karl Kampf, of 
Germany ; normal harmonium, mit 
iiberlegtem text. [12525 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380973; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Tannhauser's pilgerfahrt; einlei- 
tung zum III. akt, Tannhauser, 
oper von R. Wagner, bearbeitung 
von Karl Kampf, of Germany; nor- 
mal-harmonium. [12526 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380946; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Walkiire (Die) ; potpourri act 1, 

by Wagner, played by Howard 
Brockway, of U. S. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls Q 13357) [12527 

© Nov. 20, 1915; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387800 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

(The ride of the valkyries) ; 

by Wagner, free transcription and 
played by Howard Brockway, of 
U. S. (Rythdomik record music 
rolls G 13083) [12528 

© Oct. 20, 1915; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387747 ; American piano co., 
New York.. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



816 



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no. 9, 1916 



12542 



Wagneb (Richabd) — Continued. 

Wolframs lied ; war's zauber, war 

es reine macht, aus Tannhauser, 
von R. Wagner, bearbeitung von 
Karl Kampf, of Germany; normal- 
harmonium, mit iiberlegtem text. 

[12529 

■© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380944; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copy right is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

■ Wolframs lied an den abendstern ; 

aus Tannhauser, von R. Wagner, 
bearbeitung von Karl Kampf, of 
Germany ; normal-harmonium mit 
iiberlegtem text. [12530 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. July 15, 1916 ; 
E 380947; Paul Koeppen, Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Waiting; words and music by J. A. 
Barney, of U. S. [12531 

© June 28, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916 ; E 388349 ; Wright Barney co., 
Rumney, N. H. 

Waiting fob you ; intermezzo by Ono- 
frio Sciacca, arr. by D. Onivas, of 
U. S. ; orch. 4to. [12532 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 388321 ; Jos, W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

words by Harold Robe, music by 

Onofrio Sciacca, of U. S. ; medium 
voice in F. [12533 

© July 29, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388781; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Wake up, Amebica! by Jack Glogau, 
played by Annette Frances, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls, B 
14492) [12534 

© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. July 12, 
1916 ; E 388401 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

W t aldgeheimnis. See Kronmyrth (L. 
Giinther von), 3 liedes. 

Waldseligkeit. See Schindler-Mahler 
(Alma Maria). Vier lieder. 

Wales. See Johnson (P. M. B) Four 
characteristic sonatinas. 



W^alkin' the dog ; fox trot by Shelton 
Brooks, played by Pete Wendling, of 
U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls D 15092) [12535 

© June 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387777 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Walkuee. See Wagner (Richard) 
W t altz. See Chopin (F. F.) 

Waltz of the wild flowees ; by C. 
Jacobs-Bond, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12536 
© July 18, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916 ; E 388507 ; Carrie Jacobs-Bond 
& son, Chicago. 

Wandeeeb (The) ; words by Beatrice 
Irwin, music by Axel Raoul Wacht- 
meister, of Sweden, domiciled at 
Seal Harbor, Me. Three songs. 

[12537 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 387969; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

W 7 andeeee (Dee) und dee bach; text 
von Martin Greif, musik von Jean 
Sibelius, op. 72, no. 5, bearb. von A. 
Kleinecke, of Germany, mittlere 
stimme und piano. t [12538 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381317 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Wandeeing blues ; words and music 

by E. R. Smith, of U. S. [12539 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388916; 

Enrique Russell Smith, Dallas, Tex. 

Wann die musik spielt ; lied aus dem 
operetten-idyll, Auf befehl der herzo- 
gin, text v. Leopold Jacobson und 
Robert Bodanzky, musik von Bruno 
Granichstaedten, of Austria ; gesang 
und piano. [12540 

© Mar. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916 ; E 380966 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 



Wanting you; words by Arthur J. 
Lamb, music by F. V. Bowers, of 
U. S. New York, Frederick V. Bow- 
ers, inc. pub. co. [12541 
© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387670 ; Frederick V. Bowers, inc., 
New York. 

Wae maech ; words and music by H. 
A. Larson, of U. S. ; violin with text. 

[12542 

© 1 c. June 3, 1916; E 388412; 

Hans August Larson, Aspelin, Minn. 



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12543 



pt. in. n. s., v. 11 



Wae waltz ; words and music by H. A. 
Larson, of U. S. ; violin with text. 

[12543 

© 1 c. June 3, 1916; E 388413; 

Hans August Larson, Aspelin, Minn. 

Wasatch fox-trot ; by C. Lake, of U. 
S.; piano. Salt Lake City, Utah, 
Wellington pub. co. [12544 

© Aug. 21. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916 ; E 387977 ; Carlotta Lake, Salt 
Lake City. 

Washington and the cherry tree ; 

words and music by I. S. Bier, of 

U. S. [12545 

© Aug. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 

E 390074 ; Ira S. Bier, Orting, Wash. 

Watching the bear ; by Joseph J. Mc- 
Grath, of U. S. ; piano. (Instruc- 
tive compositions for the piano, se- 
ries 8) [12546 
© Aug. 15, 1916: 2 c. Aug. IS, 
1916; E 387894; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Wateemill, (The) ; by Georg Eggeling 
of Germany, op. 185 ; no. 8 ; piano. 
(Grace and rapidity) [12547 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381500; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Wave, Old Glory, we'll come to you ; 
words by F. M. Brown, music by 
Paul Allyn, of U. S. [12548 

© July 10, 1916 ; 2 c. July 14, 1916 ; 
E 3S8444 ; Frank M. Brown, Bayonne, 
N.J. 

Waverly galop. See Choice selections 
for the banjo. 

Way down on Lonesome Bay ; words 
by Stanley Murphy and Dave Berg, 
music by Bob Yosco, of U. S. 

[12549 
© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1916; E 387947: Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

Wayfarer's night song; from Songs 
of open country, words by Helen 
Taylor, music by Easthope Martin, 
of England. 1. No. 1 in D. 2. No. 
2 in E flat. 3. No. 3 in F. 

[12550-12552 
© Apr. 22, 1914 ; 1 c. each July 1, 
1916; E 384581-384583; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

We'd better bide a wee. See Old time 
song favorites. i 



We go, go, go, to Mexico ; words and 
music by M. Southard Geer, of U. S. 

[12553 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390001; 
Mary S. Geer, Jonesville, S. C. 

We'll conquer Mexico; words by A. 
G. Brooks, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [12554 
© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389305; 
A. G. Brooks, Belleville Ark. 

We'll fight, we'll fight to win; 
words and music by R. J. Jordison. 
of Canada. [12555 

© June 10, 1916; 1 c. June 13, 
1916 ; E 384493 ; Robert J. Jordison, 
Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. 

We'll guard the Rio Grande; battle 
song of the republic, words and mu- 
sic by Claribell, of U. S. [125556 
© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1916 ; 
E' 387710 ; Gatio pub. co., Philadel- 
phia. 

We love you, United States ; words 

by S. Kopp, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [12557 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390007; 

Stanley Kopp, Buffalo. 

We may meet again some day ; words 

by R. J. McGuire, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [12558 

© 1 c. July 15, 1916; E 387299; 

R. J. McGuire, Bridgeport, Conn. 

We're all coming ashore to-night; 
words and music by Tom Mellor and 
Harry Gifford, of England. [12559 
© July 19, 1916; 1 c. July 19, 
1916; E 384718; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

We're sons of Uncle Sam; lyrics by 
Zillah Eden, music by Webb Long, 
of U. S. [12560 

© July 28, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388759; Long music pub. 
co., Lincoln, Neb. 

We want Wilson in the White 
House four years more ; words and 
music by James Kendis, of U. S., 
arr. by Mornay Helm, of U. S. 

[12561 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1916; E 387829; 
Kendis music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Weber (C. M. von) Fantasia and 
rondo; from op. 34, by C. M. von 
Weber, arr. by Gustave Langenus, 
of Belgium, domiciled at New York ; 
clarinet in B and piano. [12562 
© May 20, 1916; 2 c. May 27, 
1916 ; E 386499 ; Selmer music press, 
New York. 



818 



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no. 9. 1916 



12578 



Wehrpflichtige (Die) beaut; walzer, 
nach motiven der operette, musik 
von Franz Werther, of Germany ; 
klavier 2 ms. [12563 

© Oct. 19, 1914; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381196; Rubinverlag (M. & 
W. Kohler), Munish. 

Welcome, honey, to your old planta- 
tion home ; lyric by Jack Yellen, 
music by Albert Gumble, of U. S. 

[12564 
© Aug. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 
E 387684 ; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Welcome to our Sunday school; 
words by I. F. L., music adapted 
from Reinecke, by Helen M. Browne, 
of U. S. [12565 

© Aug. 8, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389014; Ida F. Leyda, Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on the 
adaptation.] 

Wenn die rosen wieder bluh'n. See 
Kronmyrth (L. Giinther von) 3 
lieder. 

Wenn die welt ohne leutnant war ; 
marschlied aus dem operetten-idyll, 
Auf befehl der herzogin, text von 
Leopold Jacobson und Robert Bo- 
dansky, musik von Bruno Granich- 
staedten, of Austria ; gesang und 
klavier. [12566 

© Mar. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380967; W. Karczag, Vi- 
enna. 

Wenn im fruhhling die blumen 
bluh'n ; musik von Rudolph Nelson, 
of Germany; salonorchester ; stim- 
men. 4to. [12567 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384498; Harmonie-verlag, Berlin. 

Wenn zwei hochzeit machen ; ein 
scherzspiel, mit gesang u. tanz in 3 
akten, text von Rudolf Bernauer 
und Rudolf Schanzer, musik von 
Walter Kollo und Willy Bredschnei- 
der, arr. von Hugo Moesgen, of Ger- 
many's klavierauszug mit text. 

[12568 

© Dec. 30 ,1915; 1 c. July 29, 

1916; E 381379; Drei Masken ver- 

lag, g. m. b. h., Munich. [Copyright 

is claimed on vocal score.] 

Wer die beine am schnellsten hebt ; 
marschlied, text von Robert Steidl, 
musik von Karl Alfredy, of Ger- 
many ; gesang und klavier. [12569 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384503; Thalia theater-verlag, 
Berlin. 



Wer mich lieb hat; walzer aus der 
operette, Die erste frau, musik von 
Heinrich Reinhardt, arr. von Hans 
Schott, of Austria. 1. Salonquar- 
tett, violinen, cello u, klavier. 2. 
Salonorchester. [12570, 12571 

© Oct. 22, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381260, 381263; Eiben- 
schiitz & Berte, Vienna. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangements.] 

What are your resolutions going 
to be at the stroke of twelve on 
New Year's eve; by W. H. Cron- 
krite, of U. S. ; piano. Kansas City, 
Mo., W. H. Cronkrite pub. co. 

[12572 
© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 3S7935; Wm. H. Cronkrite, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

W T HAT DID YOU DO IN THE GREAT WAR, 

daddy ; words and music by Doug- 
las O'Neil, of England. [12573 
© July 26, 1916; 1 c. July 11, 
1916; E 380819; Lawrence Wright 
music co., London. 

What's the matter with the Irish, 
they're getting better every day; 
lyric by Howard Johnson, music by 
Jack Glogau, of U. S. [12574 

© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Julyq 5, 1916 ; 
E 388277 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

What's the matter with you, what 
are you going to do ; from A world 
of pleasure, words and music by 
Clifton Crawford, of U. S. [12575 
© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 14, 
1916; E 388448; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

What shall the harvest be; words 
by Emily S. Oakey, verse 5 by F. E. 
Oliver, music by P. P. Bliss, har- 
monized by F. E. Oliver, of U. S. 

[12576 
© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 390227; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. [Copyright is 
claimed on verse 5 and harmony 
changes.] 

Whatever you think ; words arr. by 
F. E. O., music by F. E. Oliver, of 
U. S. [12577 

© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug 21, 
1916; E 390226; French E. Oliver, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

When ; words and music by Arthur 

Traves Grenfield, of U. S. [12578 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 

1916; E 388993; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 



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When a Yankee Doodle band plays 
Yankee Doodle; words by John 
Mogan, music by N. B. Heims, of 
U. S. [12579 

© July 8, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388765; Newton B. Heims, 
Buffalo. 

When, boys, you start life's wedded 
way; words by A. H. Hayes, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [12580 

© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388732; 
A. H. Hayes, Winnipeg, Man., Can- 
ada. 

When does the train leave for 
heaven? words by F. E. Stebbing. 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [12581 

© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389312; 
F. Edna Stebbing, New Haven, Conn. 

When evening shadows fall; words 
bv Jeff Branen, music by Wm. Polla, 
of U. S. [12582 

© July 22, 1916 ; 2 c. July 22, 1916 ; 
E 387450 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

When grandma sings the songs she 
loved, at the end of a pebfect day ; 
words by Bartlett Costello, music by 
Robert A. Keiser, of U. S. [12583 
© July 17, 1916 ; 2 c. July 17, 1916 ; 
E 388463 ; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

When I am dead ; words by C. G. Ro- 
setti, music by Louis A. Reilly, of 
U. S. ; medium voice. [12584 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388850; Alden music pub. co.. 
Denver. 

When I come back to you ; words by 
Edward Lockton, music by Eileen 
Summers, of England ; no. 2 in B 
flat. [12585 

© July 21, 1916 ; 1 c. July 22, 1916 ; 
E 3810S8 ; Gary & co., London. 

When I get back to County Kerry; 
one step-song, by Geoffrey O'Hara, 
arr. by J. Louis von der Mehden, jr., 
of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [12586 

© July 15, 1916 ; 2 c. July 17, 1916 ; 
E 388484 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc.. New 
York. 

words by Harold Robe, music by 

Geoffrey O'Hara, of IT. S. [12587 

© June 23, 1916; 2 c. June 24, 
1916; E 388115; G. Ricordi & CO., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on changes] 



When I get back to Memphis, Ten- 
nessee ; words by Chas. E. Hoch- 
berg, music by Leo Halpern, of U. S. 

[12588 
© July 14, 1916 ; 2 c. July 31, 1916 ; 
E 388785; Chas. N. Daniels, San 
Francisco. 

When I hear that old sweet song; 

words by Dj E. Durkin, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [12589 

© 1 c. July 25, 1916; E 387481; 

Daniel E. Durkin, Pittsburgh. 

When I was a- walking; humorous 
trio, text and music by Paul Bliss, 
of U. S. ; men's voices. Men's voices, 
octavo-secular no. 2983) [12590 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387335; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

When in Savannah; remember that 
it's my home town, words and music 
by "Blackface" Eddie Ross, of 
U. S. [12591 

© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1916; E 387946; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

When it's carnival time in Reuben- 
town ; words and music by Louis 
Weslyn, of U. S. Popular and high 
grade compositions. [12592 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388825 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

When it's cherry-blossom time in 
Nagasaki; lyric by Walter Hirsch, 
music by L. F. Cowan, of U. S. 

[12593 

© 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916; E 388833; 

Lynn Freeman Cowan, Atlantic City. 

When it's playtime in May-time; 
words and music by Mrs. A. M. 
Vineberg, of U. S. [12594 

© June 18, 1916; 2 c. June 26, 
1916; E 387553; Imperial music co., 
Montreal, Can. 

When it's rose time; words by Mrs. 
C. Crook, music by John Francis, 
of U. S. Washington, D. C, Marks- 
Goldsmith co., inc. [12595 
© Aug. 4, 1915 ; 2 c. June 21, 1916 ; 
E 388337; Mrs. Chas. Crook, Jack- 
son, Ky. 

When Jesus comes ; words arr. from 
a translation by F. E. O., music by 
F. E. Oliver, of U. S. [12596 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1916 ; 
E 390220; French E. Oliver, Kansas 
City, Mo. ' 



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12613 



When life's burdens aee sweeter 

THAN HEAVEN TO YOU J WOrdS by W. 

Fakler, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [12597 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388535; 
Wm. Fakler, Penns Grove, N. J. 

When love is calling; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by A. Herbert 
Brewer, of Great Britain. [12598 
© July 20, 1916; 1 c. July 22, 
1916 ; E 381081 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

When love is deeper than the heart 
can bear; words by Johnnie Coney, 
music by Helen Sullivan, of U. S. 

[12599 
© Auir. 23, 1916: 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916: E 3S7982; Johnnie C. Coney, 
New York. 

When love's a-calling you; words 
and music by Henry Wayne Beres- 
ford, of U. S. ; in B flat. [12600 

© May 12, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916 ; E 388357 ; Will Rossiter, Chi- 
cago. 

When morning lights the eastern 
skies ; words from the Psalms, mu- 
sic by Louis J. Bangert, of U. S., 
arr. and adapted by H. H. McGrana- 
han. Select solos. [12601 

© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 388818; United Presbyterian 
board of publication, Pittsburgh. 

When Mother Sleep comes round; 
trio, by Paul Ambrose, of U. S. ; 
women's voices. (Octavo series, 
women's voices, no. 681) [12602 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 
1916 ; E 388701 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

When my thoughts go back to child- 
hood ; words by J. Calvin, music by 
Jack Rich, of U. S. [12603 

© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July 24, 
1916; E 387549; James Calvin, 
Cleveland. 

When ole Aunt Lindy sings; a 
mammy song, by Horace Clark, of 
U. S. (From the South.) [12604 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389002; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

When our army and navy meet the 

foe ; words by J. Bennett, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [12605 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388307; 

Jack Bennett, New Haven, Conn. 



When the boys come back from 
Mexico; words by Clarence Gaskill, 
music by Chas. Porter Shisler, of 
U. S. [12606 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387931; Shisler, Gaskill & 
Benkhart, Philadelphia. 

When the boys come marching 
home; march or two-step, by Leo 
Friedman, of U. S. ; piano. [12607 

© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916 ; E 389214 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

When the daisies bloom again, Daisy 
dear; words and music by Douglas 
Overin, of U. S. Brooklyn, Chas. R. 
Lace & son. [12608 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. July 22, 
1916; E 387445; Thos. J. Lace, 
Brooklyn. 

When the Kerry stars are shining 
down ; by E. Runnals, of U. S. ; 
words and melody. [12609 

© 1 c. July 31, 1916; E 388901; 
Eva Runnals, Puyallup, Wash. 

When the last ship sails away; 
words by Edward S. Metcalfe, mu- 
sic by Geoffrey O'Hara, of U. S. ; 
bass voice. [12610 

© July 14, 1916; 2 c. July, 14, 
1916; E 388435; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

When the major plays those miner 
melodies ; by Wm. A. Wilander and 
Harry De Costa, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus, of U. S. ; key of C for 
vocal orchestra. 4to. [12611 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916 ; E 387880 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

words and music by Wm. A. Wi- 
lander and Harry De Costa, of U. S. 

[12612 

© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 28, 
1916 ; E 388750 ; M. Witmark & Sons, 
New York. 

When the moon goes down at Wai- 
kiki ; leave it to me, words and mu- 
sic by J. M. Van Deursen, of U. S. 

[12613 
© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1916; E 388955; 
John M. Van Deursen, San Diego, 
Cal. 



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When the moon shines down in old 
Alaska, then I'll ask hek to be 
mine ; lyric by Jack Frost, music by 
E. Clinton Keithley, of U. S. [12614 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388522; Frank K. Root & 
co., Chicago. 

When the muscadines are purple 

AND THE GRAPES ARE BLUE ; WOrdS by 

L. F. Webber, music by R. A. 
Browne, of U. S. ; words and melody 
only. [12615 

© 1 c. July 19, 1916; E 388501; 
L. F. Webber, Rosston, Okl. 

When the nightingale sings ; words 

by R. Billingslea, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [12616 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387652; 

Rhoda Billingslea, Ochelata, Okl. 

When the roses nod their sleepy 
heads and the sunbeams kiss the 
sea; words by J. Johns, music by 
J. R. Shannon, of U. S. [12617 

© July 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 388605; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

When the silver moon is shining; 
words by J. W. Halsey, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12618 
© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387646; 
Joseph W. Halsey, Passaic, N. J. 

When the silver threads are min- 
gled with the gold ; words by J. J. 
McWilliams, music by R. E. Bell, 
of U. S. [12619 

© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1916; E 387712; 
Robert E. Bell and James J. Mc- 
Williams, San Quentin, Cal. 

When the sun begins to shine be- 
tween the buildings; words by 
S. H. Lowery, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [12620 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388527; 
S. H. Lowery, Lexington, 111. 

When the sun begins to shine in 

THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME; WOrdS 

and music by G. B. Williams, of 
U. S. [arr. by H. Alfred Kelley], of 
U. S. [12621 

© 1 c. Aug. 14, 1916; E 388956; 
George B. Williams, Gary, Ind. 
When the sunshine's warm in 
Dixie; words by M. B. Hamilton, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[12622 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388925; 
Myrtle Beacon Hamilton, Marion, 
Ind: 



When they get down in Mexico; 
words and music by E. Magnus 
Quist, of U. S. [12623 

© July 3, 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 388331 ; E. Magnus Quist pub. co., 
Worcester, Mass. 

When Uncle Sammy calls his boys : 
march song, words and music by 
J. M. Stearns and H. P. Crist, of 
U. S., arr. by A. D. Hunter, of U. S. 

[12624 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. July 25, 
1916 ; E 387458 ; Jos. M. Stearns and 
Harry P. Crist, Los Angeles. 

When we are in the sunshine, I'll 
pop the question there; words by 
O. T. Aashiem, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [12625 

© 1 c. July 7, 1916; E 388320; 
Oliver T. Aashiem, Denver, Colo. 

When we gather round the old 
home-fires again ; words by Bert 
Lee, music by T. C. Sterndale Ben- 
nett, of England. [12626 
© June 23, 1916; 1 c. June 24, 
1916; E 384539; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

When we were schoolmates; words 
by A. Brahmer, music by R. A. 
Browne, of U. S. ; words and melody 
only. [12627 

© 1 c. July 19, 1916; E 388502; 
Albert Brahmer, Omro, Wis. 

When you and I were young, Mag- 
gie ; words by G. W. Johnson, music 
by J. A. Butterfield, arr. by James 
A. Parks, of U. S. ; male voices. 
(Octavo, no. 746.) [12628 

© June 6, 1916; 2 c. June 10, 
1916; E 383869; J. A. Parks co., 
York, Neb. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement and harmonization.] 

When you come back again; words 
by Ed. Lockton, music by Cuthbert 
Wynne, of England ; in E flat. 

[12629 
© Aug. 2 ,1916 ; 2 c. July 31, 1916 ; 
E 384781; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

When you deeam of old-time sweet- 
hearts ; waltz song, words by Jack 
Yellen, music by F. Asmus, of U. S. 

[12630 

* © Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916; E 887875; Chas. E. Roat mu- 
sic co., ltd., Battle Creek. 



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When you heae the bugle call; 
words and music by George Byrd 
Dougherty, of U. S. ; words and 
melody. [12631 

© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1916; E 387730; 
Henry Piatt, New York. 

When you leave the girl you love, 
never say goodbye; words and mu- 
sic by J. Clayton, of U. S. [12632 
© 1 c. July 29, 1916; E 389299; 
John Clayton, Pittsburgh. 

When you need the dough, just call 
on Uncle Sammy; words by B. V. 
Richmond, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [12633 
© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389308; 
B. V. Richmond, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

When you'be broke and I'm broke 
and we're broke all ways ; words 
by E. P. Veillette, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [12634 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388528; 
Ernest P. Veillette, Newberry, Mich. 

When you return to the father- 
land, AND I TO OLD DUNDEE J WOrdS 

and music by E. Twitchell, of U. S., 
arr. by Thomas Herbert Keck, of 
Australia, domiciled at San Francis- 
co. [12635 
© 1 c. July 17, 1916; E 388485; 
Elizabeth Twitchell, San Francisco. 

When your love comes back to me; 

words by W. J. Lynch, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [12636 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 387997; 

Wm. J. Lynch, Washington. 

Where go the boats ; words by Robert 
Louis Stevenson, music by John W. 
Metcalf, of U. S. 1. Soprano or 
tenor. 2. Alto or baritone. [12637 
© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. each Aug. 
15, 1916; E 387811; Arthur P. 
Schmidt, co., Boston. 

Where the cool moss grows. See 
Sylvan sketches. 

Where the fairies hide; words and 
music by Florence Eugenie David- 
son, of England. [12638 
© July 24, 1916; 1 c. July 24, 
1916 ; E 384757 ; Swan & co., Watson 
& Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Where the rippling waters flow 
down to the mill ; words and music 
by F. V. Bowers, of U. S. New 
York, Frederick V. Bowers pub. co., 
inc. [12639 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 387672 ; Frederick V. Bowers, New 
York. 



Where the roses bloom ; waltz, by 
Florence Newell Barbour, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Days of sunshine) [12640 
© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 387584; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Where the shamrock grows ; words 
by Chas. Horwitz, music by Al H. 
Wilson, of U. S. New York, Ellis & 
Wilson. [12641 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1916 ; E 387953 ; Ellis & Wilson, New 
York. 

Where we wandered down the shady 

lane; words and music by R. Lali- 

berte, of U. S. [12642 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 388553; 

Rachel Laliberte, Berlin, N. H. 

Where will you spend eternity? 
words and music by J. M. Dustman, 
of U. S. [12643 

© July 3, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388266; Jacob M. Dustman, Ur- 
bana, Ind. 

While Thee I seek, protecting 
Power; words by Helen Maria Wil- 
liams, music by Frank Lynes, of 
U. S. 1 Key of F. 2. Key of D. 

[12644 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. each Aug. 4, 
1916; E 387616; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Whispering willows ; reverie by Os- 
car Allon, of England; piano. 

[12645 
© June 16, 1916; 1 c. June 20, 
1916; E 384536; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

Whispering zephyrs; a dream song, 
by Harry Richardson, of U. S. ; pi- 
ano. [12646 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 12, 1916 ; 
E 387942; Joseph H. Hughes, Sag- 
inaw, Mich. 

Whistler (The) ; dance from The 
Bing boys are here; music by Nat 

D. Ayer, of U. S. ; piano. [12647 
© July 6, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 

E 388282; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 

• Whithorne (Emerson) Air; arr. by 

E. Whithorne, of U. S. ; violin and 
piano. (Three old English tunes, 
no. 1) [12648 

© July 13, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916; E 387343; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



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Who will marry Sue; words by G. 
Jenkins, music by R. A. Butler, of 
U. S. St. Louis, Mellinger music 
pub co. [12649 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1916 ; 
E 387707; Gertrude Jenkins and 
Ruby A. Butler, St. Louis. 

Whose little Kewpie doll are you; 
words and music by Tom Brown 
[pseucl. of T. B. Stauff], of U. S. 

[12650 
© 1 c. Sept 1, 1916; E 389300; 
Tom Brown Stauff, Thief River 
Falls, Minn. 

Why; love song, words and music by 
S. T. Bell, of U. S. Dallas, Tex., 
Bush & Gerts piano co. [12651 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 388855; Sara Thompson Bell, 
Dallas, Tex. 

Why can't you learn to love me; 

words by N. K. Psachos, music by 

Harry Stirling, of U. S. [12652 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 

E 388858 ; N. K. Psachos, Detroit. 

Why did you leave me, dearie? words 
and music by H. Hamlin, Carl Soper, 
and Edw. Wallace, of U. S. Boston, 
Knickerbocker music co. [12653 

© June 24, 1916 ; 2 c. July 1, 1916 ; 
E 388235 ; Hugo Hamlin, Boston. 

Why do you leave me, sweetheart; 
words and music by J. J. Davilla, 
of U. S. [12654 

© 1 c. July 17, 1916; E 387459; 
Joseph John Davilla, New Orleans. 

Why Paddy's always poor; words by 
A. M. Toole, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. . [12655 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916 E 387649; 
Alice Madrid Toole, Pittsfield, Mass. 

Why should I raise my girl to be a 
mother? words by W. L. Ray, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12656 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387645; 
Walter L. Ray, Biltmore, N. C. 

Wl' LOVE AN' THEE, LASSIE ; WOrdS by 

Wm. Lyle, music by H. H. Fuller, 
of U. S. [12657 

© July 17, 1916; 2 c. July 20, 
1916; E 387428; Henry H. Fuller, 
White Bear Lake, Minn. 



WlEGENLIED UND KLEINER WALZER ; 

von Otto Junne, of Germany; kla- 
vier. (Vier vortragsstuckchen no. 
4.) [12658 

© Nov. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 380995; N. Simrock, g. m. 
b. h., Leipzig. 

Wiener edelknaben ; lied aus der 
operette, Die kaiserin, von Leo Fall, 
arr. von Hans Schott, of Austria. 
1. Salon quartett ; 2. violinen, cello 
u. piano. 2. Salonorchester. 3. 
Gesang u. piano, text von Julius 
Brammer u. Alfred Griinwald. 

[12659-12661 

© Oct. 22, 1915; 1 c. each July 
29, 1916; E 381163, 381168, 381176; 
Eibenschutz & Berte, Vienna. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ments.] 

Wild (A) flower; by Esther Gronow, 
of U. S. ; piano. [12662 

© July 27, 1916; 2 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 387547 ; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

words by W. R. Hickman, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12663 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916; E 388926; 
Wm. R. Hickman, College View, Neb. 

W t ilhelm, Die wacht am Rhein. 
See Uhl (Martin) Sechs hymnen. 



WlLLST WISSEN DU, WIE MAN EIN 

Madchen kusst; kuss-duet aus Der 
lustige vagabund, text von Julius 
Bischitzky, musik von Wismar Ro- 
sendahl, of Germany. [12664 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381190 ; Musikalienverlag E. 
Tiemann, Berlin. 



Winner (The) ; gallop, by A. Gar- 
land, of U. S. ; piano. [12665 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388995; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Winter ; intro. Jingle bells ; by George 
Spenser, of U. S. ; piano, with words 
ad lib. [12666 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 388982; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



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12682 



Winzerbraut (Die) ; operette in drei 
akten, text von Leo Stein und Julius 
Wilhelm, musik von Oskar Nedbal, 
arr. von B. Bersa, of Austria; kla- 
vierauszug mit interlegtem text. 

[12667 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381179; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky ) , Liepzig. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Wiosna (Springtime) ; polka, by Cy- 
rus S. Mallard, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12668 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 38794S; Church, Paxson & 
co., New York. 

With Jane in my aeroplane; words 
and music by C. Whittington, of 
U. S. [12669 

© 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916; E 387632; 
C. Whittington, Auburn, N. Y. 

With oue flag into Mexico; words 
by Milton Blankstein, music by F. 
Olbert, of Bohemia, domiciled at 
Brooklyn, N. Y. [12670 

© 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916 ; E 388932 ; 
Milton Blankstein and Frank Ol- 
bert, Brooklyn. 

Wo die Donau so munter noch 
fliesst ; walzerlied aus der operette, 
Die kaiserin (Fiirstenliebe), text 
von Julius Brammer und Alfred 
Griinwald, musik von Leo Fall, of 
Austria ; gesang und piano. [12671 
© Mar. 30, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381172; Eibenschutz & 
Bert§, Vienna. 

Wolframs lied. See Wagner (Rich- 
ard) 

Wolframs lied an den abendstern. 
See Wagner (Richard) 

Woman's (A) crowning glory is her 
hair ; words by M. Woodward, music 
by L. De Costa, of U. S. [12672 

© 1 c. July 7, 1915; E 388295; 
Matthew Woodward and Leon De 
Costa, New York. 

Won. See Lullaby [and] Won. 

Wonderful night; words by Ed. 
Lockton, music by A. Kingston- 
Stewart, in E flat. [12673 
© June 21, 1916; 1 c. July 1, 
1916 ; E 384575 ; Leonard & co., Lon- 
don. 



Wondrous (The) cross; words by Dr. 
Watts, music by A. B. Nelson, of 
England. [12674 

© July 12, 1916; 1 c. July 31, 
1916; E 381126; A. Burns Nelson, 
Bideford, England. 

Woodland sprites. See Sylvan 
sketches. 

W t orking for the Savior ; words by 
Paul S. Wight, music by Vida Hin- 
kle Baird, of U. S. [12675 

© June 26, 1916; 2 c. June 29, 
1916 ; E 388271 ; J. Vernon Baird and 
Paul S. Wight, Chicago. 

WOVON DIE MA.DCHEN TRAUMEN ; Wal- 

zerlied aus der operette, Die Oder 
keine, musik von Edmund Eysler, 
1. Salonorchester, arr. von Martin 
Uhl, of Austria. 2. Grosses Oder 
kleines orchester, von B. Bersa, of 
Austria. [12676, 12677 

© Nov. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 6, 
1916; E 380836, 380837; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements.] 

Wren (The) ; words by Fred. G. 
Bowles, music by C. Edgar Ford, of 
Great Britain. [12678 

© July 18, 1916; 2 c. July 17, 
1916; E 384716; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Wrong (A) way to run a dairy; 
words by B. Deklinskie, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [12679 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390000; 
Bernard Deklinskie, Wyandotte, 
Mich. 

Wyoming girl; words and music by 

A. C. Rhea, of U. S. [12680 

© Apr. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 3, 

1916; E 387987; Adelaide Culp 

Rhea, Arvada, Col. 

Ye mariners of England; words by 
Thomas Campbell, music by G. 
Thomas, of England. London, 
Stainer & Bell, ltd. [12681 

© July 13, 1916; 1 c. July 31, 
1916; E 381129; Gilbert Thomas, 
Cardiff, England. 

Ye shall find rest; anthem, words 
from the Bible, music by Stanley T. 
Reiff, of U. S. ; mixed voices. (Oc- 
tavo series, no. 1191.) [12682 
© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916: E 387804; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



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12683 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Ye singers all; part-song, music by 
Gustav Mehner, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices a cappella. 4to (Modern 
series, no. 90) [12683 

© June 30, 1916; 2 c. July 1, 
1916; E 388239; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Yearning for you ; waltz, by Frank W, 

McKee, of U. S. ; piano. [12684 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 

E 388805; G. Ricordi & co., inc., 

New York. 

Yesterglow ; by R. Deane Shure, of 

U. S., op. 85; piano. [12685 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. July 26, 

1916; E 388704; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. 

YONKERS, YOU'RE A CITY GRAND; WOrdS 

and music by J. F. Ryan, of U. S. 

[12686 
© July 8. 1916; 2 c. July 19, 
1916 ; E 388499 ; John Francis Ryan, 
New York. 

You; words and music by G. T. Bur- 
rows, of U. S. [12687 
© July 28, 1916; 2 c. July 31, 
1916; E 388760; Grace Tilden Bur- 
rows, Bartow, Fla. 

YOU AND I WERE SWEETHEARTS ; WOl'dS 

by G. C. Pierson, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [12688 

© 1 c. June 29, 1916; E 388167; 
G. C. Pierson, Easton, Pa. 

YOU ARE MY HEAVEN ON EARTH ; WOl'dS 

by Douglas Overin, music by James 
W. Conrad, of U. S. Brooklyn, 
Chas. R. Lace & son. [12689 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. July 5, 1916 ; 
E 388585; Thomas J. Lace, Brook- 
lyn. 

YOU CAME, AS THE ROSES COME; WOl'dS 

and music by Gharles E. Dancy, of 
U. S. [12690 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389001; Theo Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

YOU CAN'T KEEP AN IRISHMAN DOWN ; 

words by Alice Kenny Sharp, music 
by Harry P. Guy, of U. S. [12691 
© Aug. 7, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1916; 
E 388864; L. C. Seigel, Detroit. 

YOU LEFT ME TO BREAK MY HEART ; 

words by Albert Oliva, music by 
Michael Giglio, of U. S. [12692 

© June 8, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916 ; E 388335 ; Giglio & Oliva pub. 
co., 'New York. 



You'll miss me some day, you wait 
and see ; words and music by Rich- 
ard Howard, of U. S. [12693 
© Apr. 20, 1916; 2 c. July 21, 
1916; E 387911; Daly music pub- 
lisher, inc., Boston. 

You'll want to come back to me; 

words by F. M. Lane, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. 12694 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 387999; 

Foster M. Lane, Benham, Ky. 

YOU MADE LIFE WORTH WHILE; WOrdS 

by Win. A. Downs, music by Roy 
Ingraham, of U. S. [12695 

© July 13, 1916: 2 c. July 14, 
1916; E 387282; Harold Rossiter 
music co., Chicago. 

YOU MAY HOLD A MILLION GIRLIES IN 

your arms ; but there's only room for 
one down in your heart, words by 
Howard Johnson, music by Fred 
Fischer, of U. S. 12696 

© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 387925; Leo. Feist, inc., 
New York. 

You never can tell; words and mu- 
sic by Newton Alexander, of U. S. 

[12697 
© May 12, 1916; 2 c. July 10, 
1916; E 388355; Will Rossiter, Chi- 
cago. 

You're a dangerous girl ; fox trot, by 
Jimmie V. Monaco, played by Pete 
Wendling, of U. S. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls C 15262) [12698 
© July 20, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 387743 ; American piano co., 
New York. Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

You're a Yankee Doodle Dandy now ; 
words by R. F. McKenna, music by 
John A. Heaton, arr. by H. P. 
Small, of U. S. Philadelphia, Pa., 
McKenna & Heaton. [12699 

© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1916; E 388954; Ross Francis Mc- 
Kenna, Philadelphia. 

— — arr. by Harry Small, of 

U. S. [12700 

© 1 c. July 5, 1916; E 388255; 
Ross Francis McKenna, Philadel- 
phia. 

You're still the same dear girl; 

words by B. Kerr, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [12701 

© 1 c.-July 21, 1916; E 388542; 

Bert Kerr, Stockton, Cal. 



826 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 9. 1916 



12718 



You'ee the best little mothek that 
God evee made; lyric by J. Keirn 
Brennan, music by Ernest It. Ball, 
arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus, of U. S. ; 
male voices. 4to. [12702 

© Sept. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 
E 390084 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on new 
arrangement.] 

You'ee the only one that's faie ; 

words by C. Myring, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [12703 

© 1 c. Aug. 1. 1916; E 387568; 

Charles Myring, New Orleans. 

You'ee the sun that made the 
flowee love bloom in my heaet; 
words by W. Henderson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [12704 
© 1 c. July 28, 1916; E 388727; 
William Henderson. Kansas City, 
Mo. 

You've got to go to bed ; words and 
music by A. J. Mills, Bennett Scott, 
and Fred Godfrey, of England. 

[12705 
© July 17. 1916: 1 c. July 18, 
1916 ; E 384750 ; Star music pub. co., 
London. 

You've got to put the White House 
in the hands or Hughes ; words by 
Elbert J. Smith, music by F. H. 
Gross [F. Howard Gross Plummer], 
of IT. S. [12706 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; E 387557 ; F. 
Howard Gross Plummer, Seattle. 

You wondeeful you; words by E. F. 
Procter, music by J. H. Green, arr. 
by J. Barnes Folk, of U. S. [12707 
© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1916; E 387819; 
J. H. Green and Estelle Folk Proc- 
ter, Nevada, Cal. 

Young sentinal maech ; by C. C. 
Crammond, of U. S., op. 62 ; piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [12708 

© Julv 24, 1916 :*2 c. July 26, 
1916; E 388680: W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

YOUE GIRL WENT A- WAY TO-DAY ; WOrdS 

bv E. M. Hendricks, music bv J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. [12709 

© 1 c. July 21, 1916; E 3S8541 ; 
E. M. Hendricks, Minneapolis. 

YOUE LOVE BEOUGHT ME A BEOKEN 

heart; words and music by G. I. 
Cohan, of U. S., arr. by Louis 
Herscher, of U. S. Philadelphia, 
Pa., George Morton music co. 

[12710 
© June 25. 1916: 2 c. Aug. 7. 
1916; E 38889; George I. Cohan, 
Philadelphia. 



Zazen (Absteaction) ; comedy in 
three acts adapted from the Japan- 
ese, libretto by Frank Carroll Gif- 
fen, music by B. L. Stine, of U. S. 

[12711 

© 1 c. July 18, 1916; E 387386; 

Belle Longdon Stine, San Francisco. 

Zeteia ; words by A. Dusek, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12712 
© 1 c. Sept. 1, 1916; E 389309; 
Anna Dusek, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Zingaea (La) ; words and music by 
Reginald de Koven, of U. S., op. 380, 
no. 1 ; soprano. [12713 

© July 8. 1916 ; 2 c. July 7, 1916 ; 
E 388328; John Church co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Zuniana; Indian music drama in 
three acts, by R. Breeze, of U. S., 
music by C. Troyer, of U. S. [12714 
© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1916; D 19698; 
Carlos Troyer, San Francisco and 
Rita Breeze, Las Vegas, Nev. 

Zwei fusseeln zum tanzen ; marsch- 
lied aus der operette, Die kaiserin, 
musik von Leo Fall, arr. von Hans 
Schott, of Austria. 1. Salonquar- 
tett, 2 violinen, cello, u. piano-kon- 
dukteur. 2. Salonor Chester. 3. Ge- 
sank und piano. [12715-12717 

© Oct. 22, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381161, 381165, 381174; 
Eibenschutz & Berte\ Vienna. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ments. 

Zwei lichtlein. See Gedichte von 
Ernst Goll. 

Zwei tanzweisen. See Sanders (Da- 
vol). 

Zwiegespeach (Ein). See Gedichte 
von Ernst Goll. 

Zwischenakts-und ballettmusik. 
See Schubert (F. P.) 

6 (Dee) psalm; geistlicher gesang, 
komponiert von G. Jenner, of Ger- 
many, op. 9, no. 2; eine singstimme 
mit klavier oder orgelbegleitung. 

[12718 
© June 1. 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381156 ; C. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 

8 e SONATE EN LA MINEUE. See Mo- 

zart (W. A.) 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



13 (Dek) psalm; geistlicher gesang, 
komponiert von G. Jermer, of Ger- 
many, op. 9, no. 1; eine singstimme 
mit klavier Oder orgelbegleitung. 

[12719 
© June 1, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381157; O. A. Klemm, Leip- 
zig. 

13 e SONATE EN SI BEMOL MAJ. See Mo- 

zart (W. A.) 



15 two-part inventions. See Bach 
(J. S.) 

18 exeecises. See Dotzauber (J. J. 
Fr.) 

20 exercises. See Merk (Joseph) 

21 e sonate, L'atjrore, en Ut maj. See 
Beethoven (Ludwig van) 

36 caprices. See Fiorillo (Fr.) 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1916 : 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions ( including 31 unpublished ) _ 56 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 2,363 unpublished) 12,663 



Total 12,719 



828 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [12719 



Ah! love me (Nub du bists) ; by V. 
Herbert, op. 15, no. 3 ; pianoforte 
ace. [1 

© by Victor Herbert, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8672, Aug. 30, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Oct. 19, 1888, no. 29711. 

Ant de danse ; par W. Goldner, ed. by 
H. W. Nicholl, op. 51, no. 3 ; si be 
mol inajeur ; piano. [2 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8649, Aug. 17, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Sept. 11. 1888, no. 25877. 

Alla mabcia; par W. Goldner, ed. by 
H. W. Nicholl, op. 51, no. 2 ; fa ina- 
jeur ; piano. [3 
© by H. W. Nicholl % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8648, Aug. 17, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Sept. 11, 1888, no. 25876. 

Autumn; by Rob. Schwalm, op. 68, 
no. 3, English words by Helen D. 
Tretbar, ed. by H. W. Nicholl. [4 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8665, Aug. 26, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Oct. 1, 1888, no. 27890. 

Ave Maeia. See Gounod (C. F.) 

Beethoven ( Ludwig van ) Lord, when 
my raptured thought; by L. van 
Beethoven, arr. by H. R, Shelley. 
Octavo church chorus. [5 

© by Harry Rowe Shelley, % G. 
Schirmer, New York, as author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8724, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Jan. 2, 1889, no. 185. 

Blessed is the man ; responses after 
prayer and Lord's prayer, by H. R. 
Shelley. Octavo church chorus. [6 
© by Harry Rowe Shelley, New 
York, as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8712, Sept. 12, 
1916. Original entry, Sept. 17. 18SS, 
no. 26650. 



Chanson d'amoub, B ; by Rafael Jo- 
seffy ; piano. [7 

© by Marie Joseffy, New York, as 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8700, Sept. 12, 
1916. Original entry, Sept. 17, 1888, 
no. 26654. 

Chbist is eisen ; Easter, by Ch. Whit- 
ney Coombs. (Octavo church 
choruses, no. 304) [8 

© by C. Whitney Coombs, New 
York, as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8702, Sept. 12, 
1916. Original entry, Jan. 2, 1889, 
no. 186. 

Cloisteb (A) scene; German version 
by Helen G. Tretbar, music by H. 
Wadham Nicholl, op. 6; sop., ten. 
and bass soli and chorus of mixed 
voices, with ace. of grand orch. and 
organ obi., or piano and organ. [9 
© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8677, Sept. 1, 1916 ; Origi- 
nal entry, Oct. 29, 1888, no. 30805. 

Come unto me. See Gounod (C. F.) 

Dance of Egyptian maidens ; by H. 
R. Shelley ; piano, four hands. [10 
© by Harry Rowe Shelley, % G. 
Schirmer, New York, as author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8722, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec. 3, 1888, no. 34539. 

Dem golden wings ; schottisch by T. 
H. Rollinson ; orch. [11 

© by T. H. Rollinson, Waltham, 
Mass. ; as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8660, Aug. 24, 
1916. Original entry, Dec. 24, 1888, 
no. 36788. 

Dispaei-desespeeance ; Hindoo song 
with French and English words, by 
H. Bemberg ; mezzo sop. or bar. in 
A min. [12 

© by H. Bemberg, Paris, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8703, Sept. 12, 1916. 
Original entry, Sept. 17, 1888, no. 
26692. 



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12719 (13) 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Deei liedee. See Schwalm (Robert) 

Etude. See Lambert (Alexander) 

Fan-fooling; by E. Meyer-Helmund, 
op. 53, no. 3, ed. by P. A. Schnecker. 
(Spanish love songs, no. 3.) 1. So- 
prano.— 2. Alto. [13,14 
© by Mrs. P. A. Schnecker, % 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8686, 
8687, each Sept. 12, 1916. Original 
entry, Nov. 10, 1888, no. 31964, 
31965. 

Festival Te Deum in C ; by C. Ret- 
ter; soli, chorus, organ, harp and 
orch. [15 

© by Carl Retter, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8669, Aug. 29, 1916. 
Original entry, Oct. 16, 1888, no. 
29373. 

Fielitz (Alexander von) Nocturne; 
by A. von Fielitz, ed. by H. W. 
Nicholl, op. 5, no. 1 ; piano. [16 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schubert & co., New York, as author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 8661, Aug. 24, 1916. Original 
entry, Oct. 1, 1888, no. 27887. 

Fileuse (La) ; impromptu a la valse, 
par Francois Behr, ed. by H. W. 
Nicholl, op. 636 ; piano. [17 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schubert & co., New York, as author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 8641, Aug. 16, 1916. Original 
entry, Sept. 11, 1888, no. 25874. 

Feulingslied. See Schwalen (Rob- 
ert) Drei lieder. 

Gavotte ; by Johannes Pache, ed. by 
H. W. Nicholl, op. 82 ; pianoforte. 

[18 
© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schubert & co., New York, as author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 8654, Aug. 22, 1916. Original 
entry, Oct. 1, 1888, no. 27886. 

God of my life; by A. Sullivan, arr. 
as an octavo church chorus, by H. R. 
Shelley. [19 

© by Harry Rowe Shelley, % G. 
Schirmer, New York, as author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8719, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec, 3, 1888, no, 34485. 



Gospel songs ; by P. P. Bliss. [20 

© by P. P. Bliss and G. G. Bliss, 
Cincinnati, as children of the de- 
ceased author, in extension for 14 
years. Renewal no. 8666, Aug. 23, 
1916. Renewal entry, Apr. 29, 1902, 
no. 32366. 

Gounod (Charles Francois) Ave 
Maria; Father to Thee we pray, by 
Gounod-Bach, arr. as an octavo 
church chorus, by H. R. Shelley. 

[21 

© by Harry Rowe Shelley, % G. 

Schirmer, New York, as author, in 

renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 

8716, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec. 3, 1888, no. 34482. 

Come unto Me; by C. Gounod, 

arr. as an octavo church chorus, by 
H. R. Shelley. [22 

© by Harry Rowe Shelley, % G. 
Schirmer, New York, as author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 

8717, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec. 3, 1888, no. 34483. 

Guide me O Thou great Jehovah; 
arr. from Ualliwoda by E. J. Bie- 
dermann; solo and chorus. [23 

© by Edw. J. Biedermann, % 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8637, Aug. 12, 1916. 
Original entry, Aug. 28, 1888, no. 
24486. 

He is blessed ; benedictus, arr. from 
Kalliwoda by E. J. Biedermann; 
organ. [24 

© by Edw. J. Biedermann, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8638, Aug. 12, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Aug. 28, 1888, no. 24487. 

Herbst. See Schwalen (Robert) Drei 
lieder. 

I HEARD A VOICE FEOM HEAVEN ; burial 

anthem, by H. R. Shelley. Octavo 
church chorus. [25 

© by Harry Rowe Shelley, New 
York, as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8711, Sept. 12, 
1916. Original entry, Sept. 17, 1888, 
no. 26647. 

Joueney (The) is long; song by Ch. 
Whitney Coombs; sop. or ten. in E 
flat. [26 

© by C. Whitney Coombs, New 
York, as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8701, Sept. 12, 
1916. Original entry, Sept. 17, 1888, 
no. 26660. 



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RENEWALS AND EXTENSIONS 



no. 9, 1916 



12719 (45) 



Jubilate Deo in A; by H. R. Shelley. 
Octavo church chorus. [27 

© by Harry Rowe Shelley, New 
York, as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8723, Sept. 12, 
1916. Original entry, Jan. 2, 1889. 
no. 184. 

Jubilate Deo, in C; easy octavo 
church chorus, by Max Vogrich ; boy 
choir. [28 

© by Mrs. Max Vogrich, New 
York, as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8696, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec. 3, 1888, no. 34488. 

Lambebt (Alexandee) Etude; by A. 
Lambert, op. 4, no. 2; in G; piano. 

[29 
© by Alexander Lambert, New 
York, as author, in renewal for 28 
years. ' Renewal no. 8704, Sept. 12, 
1916. Original entry, Dec. 3, 1888, 
no. 34555. 

Lead, kindly light; by Max Vogrich. 
Octavo church chorus. [30 

© by Mrs. Max Vogrich, New 
York, as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8699, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
June 21, 1889, no. 19303. 

Lo ! it is I ; when power divine, by J. 
Faure, arr. as an octavo church cho- 
rus, by H. R. Shelley. [31 
© by Harry Rowe Shelley, % G. 
Schirmer, New York, as author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8715, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec. 3, 1888, no. 34481. 

Loeschhobn (A.) 24 easy melodic ex- 
ercises in all major and minor keys ; 
by A. Loeschhorn, op. 190, carefully 
rev. and corrected with instructive 
annotations, by H. W. Nicholl, bk. 
1 2. T32 33 

' © by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8651, 8650, each Aug. 18, 
1916. Original entry, Sept. 15, 1888, 
no. 26377, 26378. 

LOED, WHEN MY EAPTUKED THOUGHT. 

See Beethoven (Ludwig van) 
Love's geeeting (Liebesgruss) ; waltz 
for voice and piano, by Carl Koel- 
ling. 1. Soprano. — 2. Mezzo sop. — 
3. Alto. [34-36 

© by Mrs. Carl Koelling, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, as 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8729-8731, 
each Sept. 15, 1916. Original entry, 
Nov. 15, 1888, no. 32401-32403. 



Love's soeeow; ballad by H. R. Shel- 
ley ; sop. or ten., in G. [37 
© by Harry Rowe Shelley, % G. 
Schirmer, New York, as author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8714, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Sept. 17, 1888, no. 26679. 

Love's token (Liebesleben) ; by V. 
Herbert, op. 15, no. 2; pianoforte 
ace. [38 

© by Victor Herbert, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8671, Aug. 30, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Oct. 19, 1888, no. 29710. 

Mazueka; par W. Goldner, ed. by 
H. W. Nicholl, op. 51, no. 1; sol be 
mol majeur; piano. [39 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8647, Aug. 17, 1916. 
Original entry, Sept. 11, 1888, no. 
25875. 

Minuetto-mazueka ; di G. de Sena, op. 
31, rev. by H. W. Nicholl, piano- 
forte. [40 
© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8688, Sept. 13, 1916. 
Original entry, Nov. 10, 1888, no'. 
31959. 

My Shepheed; by G. Sarti, arr. for 
an octavo church chorus, by H. R. 
Shelley. [41 

© by Harry Rowe Shelley, New 
York, as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8713, Sept. 12, 
1916. Original entry, Sept. 17, 1888, 
no. 26651. 

Nativity ; lo ! in the eastern sky, oc- 
tavo church chorus, by H. R. Shel- 
ley. [42 
© by Harry Rowe Shelley, % G. 
Schirmer, New York, as author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8720, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec. 3, 1888, no. 34505. 

New harvest of flowees foe the 
young violinist ; by Jul. Weiss, op. 
110, ed. by W. H. Nicholl. lEinevio- 
line und piano. — 2. Zwei violinen. — - 
3. Eine violine allein. [43-45 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8674-8676, each Aug. 31, 
1916. Original entry, Oct. 26, 1888, 
no. 30600, 30602, 30603. 



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Night (The) has a thousand eyes; 
by Max Vogrich ; chorus of mixed 
voices. [46 

© by Mrs. Max Vogrich, New 
York, as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8694, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Sept. 17, 1888, no. 26644. 

Nocturne. See Fielitz (Alexander 
von) 

O hush thee, my baby; by Max Vo- 
grich ; women's voices. [47 
© by Mrs. Max Vogrich, New 
York, as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8698, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Jan. 2, 1889, no. 196. 

O MY SOUL WHAT MEANS THIS SAD- 
NESS? by E. J. Biedermann ; sop. 
solo and quartet, organ ace. [48 
© by Edw. J. Biedermann, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. S639, Aug. 12, 1916. 
Original entry, Aug. 28, 1888, no. 
24488. 

O salutaeis hostia; offertory, by 
Max Spicker ; sop. or ten. [49 

© by Mrs. Isabel Spicker, Brook- 
lyn, as widow of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8707, Sept. 12. 1916. Original entry, 
Jan. 2, 1889, no. 219. 

October; by Rob. Schwalm, op. 68, 
no. 2, English words bv Helen D. 
Tretbar, ed. by H. W. Nicholl. [50 
© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co.. New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8664, Aug. 26, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Oct. 1, 1888, no. 27889. 

Octobeelied. See Schwalm (Robert) 
Drei lieder. 

Oh Lord most holy. See Schubert 
(F. P.) 

Pandora march; by Chas. Drum- 
heller; two performers. [51 
© by Cora Drumheller Stevens, 
c/o Leo Faist, inc., New York, as 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8728, Sept. 
15, 1916. Original entry, Sept. 13, 
1889, no. 27978. 

Priscilla ; or, The pilgrim's proxy, a 
comic opera in two acts, by H. D. 
Coolidge and T. W. Surette. [52 

© by Henry D. Coolidge and 
Thomas W. Surette, Concord, Mass., 
as authors, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8640, Aug. 17, 1916. 
Original entry, Dec. 3, 1888, no. 
34306. 



Schubert (Franz Peter) Oh Lord 
most holy; from Schubert's Ave 
Maria, arr. by P. A. Otis ; ten. solo, 
duett and quartett, with ace. of the 
organ. [53 

© by Philo A. Otis, c/o Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8667, Aug. 23, 1916. 
Original entry, Oct. 5, 1888, no. 
28299. 

Schwalm (Robert) Drei lieder ; com- 
poniert von R. Schwalm, op. 68, ed. 
by H. W. Nicholl ; mannerchor. 1. 
Fruhlingslied. — 2. Octoberlied. — 3. 
Herbst. [54 

© by H. W. Nicholl, c/o Edward 
Schuberts & co., New York, as author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 8662, Aug. 26, 1916. Original en- 
try, Sept. 22, 1888, no. 27094. 

Shepherd of Israel ; ave Maria, by 
G. B. Nevin; bass solo. [55 

© by George B. Nevin, Easton, 
Pa., as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8706, Sept. 12, 
1916. Original entry. Jan. 2, 1889, 
no. 213. 

Silent (The) rose (Die stille rose) ; 
by V. Herbert, op. 15, no. 1 ; with 
pianoforte ace. [56 

© by Victor Herbert, c/o Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8670, Aug. 30, 1916. 
Original entry, Oct. 19, 1888, no. 
29709. 

Sleep on, love ; by E. Meyer-Helmund, 
op. 53, no. 2, ed. by P. A. Schnecker. 
(Spanish love songs, no. 2) 1. So- 
prano.— 2. Alto. [57,58 

© by Mrs. P. A. Schnecker, c/o 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8684, 
8685, each Sept. 12, 1916. Original 
entry, Nov. 10, 1888, no. 31962, 
31963. 

Song of May ; by Max Josef Beer, arr. 
by Valentin Frank [pseud, of Frank 
Van der Stucken] : mixed voices. 

[59 

© by Frank Van der Stucken, 
Cincinnati, as author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8708, Sept. 
12, 1916.- Original entry, Sept. 17, 
1888, no. 26645. 



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Songs of praise the angels saNg ; 
sacred duet, by H. R. Shelley; sop. 
and contralto, or ten. and bar. Oc- 
tavo church chorus. [60 
© by Harry Rowe Shelley, c/o G. 
Schirmer, New York, as author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8721, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec. 3, 1888, no. 34538. 

Spring's return ; by Rob. Schwalm, 
op. 68, no. 1, English words by Helen 
D. Tretbar, ed. by H. W. Nicholl. 

[61 
© by H. W. Nicholl, c/o Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8663, Aug. 26, 1916. 
Original entry, Oct. 1, 1888, no. 
27888. 

Sweet and low; by F. Van der 
Stucken. [62 

© by Fr. Van der Stucken, Cin- 
cinnati, as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8709, Sept. 12. 
1916. Original entry, Dec. 3, 1888, 
no. 34472. 

Te Deum in C; easy octavo church 
chorus, bv Max Vogrich ; boy choir. 

[63 
© by Mrs. Max Vogrich, New 
York, as widow of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8695, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec. 3, 1888, no. 34487. 

There is a holy city; by H. R. 
Shelley. Octavo church chorus. [64 

© by Harry Rowe Shelley, New 
York, as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8710, Sept. 12, 
1916. Original entry, Sept. 17, 1888, 
no. 26646. 

There is a land of pure delight ; 
octavo church chorus, by H. R. 
Shelley. [65 

© by Harry Rowe Shelley, c/o G. 
Schirmer, New York, as author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8718, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec. 3, 1888, no. 34484. 



Thoughtful moments ; revery by 
G. H. Luebert, op. 37 ; pianofore. [66 

© by Gustav H. Luebert, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8673, Aug. 30, 1916. 
Original entry, Oct. 19, 1888, no. 
29712. 



When first I kissed thy brow, love ; 
by E. Meyer-Helmund, op. 53, no. 1, 
ed. by P. A. Schnecker. (Spanish 
love songs, no. 1.) 1. Soprano. — 2. 
Alto. [67, 68 

© by Mrs. P. A. Schnecker, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, as 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8682, 8683, 
each Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Nov. 10, 1888, no. 31960, 31961. 



While shepherds watch'd theib 
flock; Christmas hymn by Max 
Vogrich. Octavo church chorus. [69 

© by Mrs. Max Vogrich, New 
York, as widow of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8697, Sept. 12, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec. 3, 1888, no. 34506. 



Yearning; octavo chorus, by G. B. 
Nevin; men's voices. [70 

© by George B. Nevin, Easton t 
Pa., as author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8705, Sept. 12, 
1916. Original entry, Jan. 2, 1889, 
no. 192. 



lere valse brillante ; par H. W. Nicholl ; 
piano. [71 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8678, Sept. 1, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Oct. 31, 1888, no. 31023. 

24 easy melodic exercises in all major 
and minor keys. See Loeschhorn 
(A.) 



833 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. (1) E OF THE ACT 
OF MAR. 4, 1909. [12719 



Admiration; by Tyers. [72 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

All Erin is balling Mavourneen ; by 

O'Hara. [73 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 

York. Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Allah's holiday; from Katinka, by 

Rudolf Priml. [74 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 27. 

Amaryllis waltz; composed by Ar- 

mand Vecsey. [75 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 26, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 28. 

Any place is heaven if you are near 
me; words by Edw. Lockton, music 
by Hermann Lohr. [76 

Notice rec'd Sept. 28, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 29. 

At the end of a perfect day. [77 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 23, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 29. 

At the end of the trail. [78 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 23, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 29. 

Autumn sunset ; by Walter Rolfe. [79 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 1, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 26. 

Bachelor girl and boy; from The 
girl from Brazil, by Sigmund Rom- 
berg. [80 
© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 22, 1916; record- 
ed, v. 3, p. 27. 

Brutus Caesar Anthony Lee, tell 
me is it gwine to be ob not to be. 

[81 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 1, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 25. 
C. O. D. [82 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 29, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 



Call of the woods ; by Tyers. [83 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Childhood days ; from The girl from 
Brazil, by Sigmund Romberg. [84 
© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 23, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 29. 
Clinging arms valse; composed by 
Louis Colmans. [85 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 26, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 28. 
Come back, let's be sweethearts 
once more. [86 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 1, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 25. 
Cradle rock-fox trot. [87 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 23, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 23. 
Creep, creep, the world's asleep. [88 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 26, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 29. 

Desecration ; by Arndt. [89 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Eyes have a language of their own. 

[90 
© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Sept. 21, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 
Flora bella. [91 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept 26, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 29. 
Gila, galoo. [92 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 11, 1916, recorded, 
v. 3, p. 27. 
Girls, if you ever get married. [93 
© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Aug. 31, 1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 



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GlELS. IF YOU EVEE GET MAEEIED Coilt. 

from Broadway and buttermilk. 

[94 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Aug. 29, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 

Give me all of yotj. [95 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 26, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 29. 

Go GET 'em. [96. 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 23, 
1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 29. 

Haeey Laudee medley, pt. 1; intro. 
Stop your tickling, Jack, Ta ta my 
bonnie Maggie darling, Roamin' in 
the gloamin', I'm the saftest of the 
family, Kittie lass. [97 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Sept. 19, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Haeey Laudee medley, pt. 2; intro. 
It's nice to get up in the morning, 
Nanny, Wee hoose mang the heather, 
She's my Rosie. [98 

© T. B. Harms, Francis Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Sept. 19, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

He may be old, but he's got young 
ideas. [99 

© Leo Feist, inc, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 26, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 29. 

Heart of Ameeica; by Pryor. [100 
© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 20, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 27. 

Heee comes the geoom. [101 

© T. B. Harms, Francis Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Sept. 21, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Hilda fox teot ; by Davis. [102 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

I HAVE ALWAYS BEEN THE PATSEY J 

from Broadway and buttermilk. 

[103 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Aug. 29, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 

medley. [104 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Aug. 31, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 



I KNOW I GOT MOEE THAN MY SHAEE. 

[105 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 23, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 23. 

I love sand ; by Davis. [106 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

I love you ; by Hector McCarthy. [107 
© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 22, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 27. 

I'm a jolly old eovee; by O'Hara. 

[108 
© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

I've a shooting box in Scotland; by 

Riggs and Cole. [109 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 7, 1916; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 25. 

I've got the aemy blues. [110 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 16, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 26. 

I want to be wooed by a toeeadoe ; 
words by Herman Gantvoort, mu- 
sic by Rupert W. Graves. [Ill 
© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 26, 1916; 
recorded, v, 3, p. 26. 

If I only knew just how I stood 
with you. [112 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 16, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 26. 

In the evening time ; by Joseph E. 
Howard. [113 

© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 1, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 25. 

In the golden dawn. [114 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 6, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 25. 

In winteetime; by McKee. [115 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Ieeesistible waltz ; by McKee. [116 
© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 28. 



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It's the woman who pays. [117 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 16, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 26. 

Just you; by Burleigh. [118 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 28. 

KUKOAMA-ESTAPO. [119 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 16, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 26. 

Lotus bloom; by Lemont. [120 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 14, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 27. 

LOVELAND, BEAUTIFUL LAND OF LOVE. 

[121 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 16, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 26. 

Luana Lou. [122 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Sept. 19, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Manney (Charles Fonteyn) Chan- 
sonette. [123 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 1, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 26. 

Medley; intro. My castle in the air, 
A little country mouse. A little bid 
for sympathy, The love monopoly, 
Throw me a rose, Some one. [124 
© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day 
& Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Sept. 21, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

intro. We'll stand by our country, 

Poor butterfly, Good ship Honey- 
moon, Queen of the land of snow, 
My skating girl. [125 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day 
& Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Sept. 15, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 26. 

Minoe and major ; by McKee. [126 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916 ; recorded, 
■ v. 3, p. 28. 

Mrs. Holmes taught Sherlock all 

he knew. [127 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 20, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 26. 

My Clarabelle; by McKee. [128 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916 ; recorded, 

v.'3, p. 28. 



My own Ion a fox trot. [129 

© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 16. 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 26. 

National defense. [130 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 29, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 

Oh you lovely ladies ; from The girl 

from Brazil, by Romberg. [131 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 23, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 29. 

Old master's fox trot. [132 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 23, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 23. 

On the Old Dominion line. [133 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 29, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 

On to Plattsburg. [134 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 19, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
3, p. 27. 

by Herbert W. Lowe. [135 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 1, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 26. 

Out of the cradle into my heart. 

[136 
© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 16, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 26. 

Pickin' 'em up and layin' 'em down. 

[137 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Aug. 31, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 

from Broadway and buttermilk. 

[138 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Aug. 29, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 

Plymouth hoe; composed by John 

Ansell. [139 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 26, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 28. 

Pretty baby. [140 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 29, 1916 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 



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Right (The) Beazilian giel; from 
The girl from Brazil, by Romberg. 

[141 
© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 23, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 29. 

Riveeside bells; by McKee. [142 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 28. 

Robin's eetuen; by Fisher. [143 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 6, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 25. 

Rosalie; by McKee. [144 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 28. 

Salut a Pesth ; arr. by M. L. Lake. 

[145 
© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 7, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 25. 
Scene de ballet; by Mana Zucca. 

146 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 22, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 23. 

Selection ; intro. Poor butterfly, Queen 
of the land of snow, My skating girl. 

♦ [147 

© T. B. Harms & Frances, Day & 

Hunter, New York., Notice rec'd 

Sept. 19, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Seeenade Mexicaine ; by Lemont. [148 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 14, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 27. 

Stolen kisses ; from The girl from 

Brazil, by Sigmund Romberg. [149 

© G. Schirmer, inc., New York. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 23, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 29. 

STOEY (A) OF EVEEYDAY LIFE. [150 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 30, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 23. 

Summee (A) idyl; by Frederick A. 
Williams. [151 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 1, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 26. 

Sundial. [152 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter. Notice rec'd Sept. 15, 1916 ; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 27. 



Take me to Alabam. [153 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 25. 

Tally-ho; by Bird. [154 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 28. 

Teddy you'ee a beae. [155 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 29, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 

Theee's a gaeden in old Italy. [156 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 6, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 25. 

Theee's a little bit of bad in eveey 
good little giel. [157 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 23, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 23. 

Theee's a little bit of Ieish in 

Sadie Cohn. [158 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Aug. 29, 1916; 

recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 

Theee's a theill in eveey kiss; 
words by Neal Harper, music by 
H. Orlob. [159 

© Harold Orlob, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 28, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 24. 

This geeat big woeld owes me a lov- 
ing. [160 
© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 
7, 1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 25. 

Those good old days back home. 

[161 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 6, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 25. 

Tina; selection, composed by Paul A. 

Rubens and Haydn Wood. [162 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Sept. 26, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 3, p. 28. 

Teail (The) to Sunset Valley. [163 
© Jos. W. Stern & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 16, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 26. 

'TWAS ONLY AN lEISHMAN'S DEEAM. 

[164 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 20, 1916; re- 
corded v. 3, p. 26. 



NOTICES OF USER 



no. 9, 1916 



12719 (184) 



Uncle Sammy's aemy. [165 

© Jerome H. Reinick & co., New- 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 29, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 

Uncle Tom ; by Frey. [166 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Under Dixie skies. [167 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 23, 
1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 29. 

Valse beillante; by Mana Zucca. 

[168 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Aug. 22, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 23. 

Valse capeice; by Scott. [169 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Valse eternelle ; by Roberts. [170 
© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 20, 1916; recorded, 
v. 3, p. 27. 

Valse inspiration. [171 

© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 29, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 

Way out yondee in the golden West. 

[172 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 1, 1916; recorded, v. 
3, p. 24. 

We'll stand by oue country. [173 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Sept. 21, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Welcome honey, to your old planta- 
tion home. [174 
© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 29, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 



When grandma sings the songs she 

LOVED. [175 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 23, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 29. 

When the major plays those minor 
melodies. [176 

© M. Witwark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 5, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 25. 

Whole (The) world loves a lover. 

[177 
© Jerome H. Remick & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Aug. 29, 1916; 
recorded, v. 3, p. 24. 

Willow blossoms. [178 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Sept. 21, 1916; recorded, v. 3, p. 28. 

World's (The) progress. [179 

© M. Witwark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 20, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 26. 

Yearning for you; by McKee. [180 
© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 28. 

You're the girl. [181 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Sept. 26, 1916; recorded^ 
v. 3, p. 29. 

YOU WERE JUST MADE TO ORDER FOR ME. 

[182 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Sept. 1, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 3, p. 25. 

Youth and beauty; by McKee. [183 
© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 28. 

Yvette; by Winne. [184 

© G. Ricordi & co., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Sept. 21, 1916; re- 
corded, v. 3, p. 28. 



839 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



A. B. C. dramatic set no. 17; oriental 
descriptive ; composed and arr. by E. 
Luz, of U. S. ; orch. and piano solo. 
4to. [12720 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916; E 390170; Ernst Luz, New- 
York. 

A la been aimee; valse, by Edw. 
Schiitt, op. 59, no. 2, arr. by H. F. 
Odell, of U. S. ; mandolin orch. 

[12721 
© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390486; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

A mi querida ; serenade espagnole, par 
Vincenzo Billi, of Italy, op. 314; 
violin avec ace. de piano. (Six 
morceaux faciles, no. 6) [12722 

© Sept. 7, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 8, 
1916; E 385029; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 

A. O. C. (The) maech ; by Sydney 

Twinn, of England ; piano. [12723 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 

E 381445; Swan & co., Watson & 

Wilcock, ltd., London. 

'A seranata d"o Naptjeitano ; dopo la 
presa di Gorizia, versi di Gennare 
Cantalupo, musica di A. Matacea, of 
Italy, domiciled at New York ; canto 
e mandolino. 4to. [12724 

© Sept. 17, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1916; E 390335; Arturo Matacea, 
New York. 

Abide with me ; words by Henry 
Francis Lyte, music by James A. 
King, of U. S. ; male voices. 8vo. 

[12725 
© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389879; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

Absent friends ; meditation, by J. 
Warwick Moore, of Great Britain; 
arr. for orchestra. 4to. [12726 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1916 ; E 384906 ; Orpheus music pub. 
co., London. 



Ach Minchen mein kusinchen; 
tanzduett aus dem filmsketch, Der 
schwarze Moritz, text von Eugen 
Burg und Louis Taufstein, musik 
von Martin Knopf, of Germany. 1. 
Salonorchester, 12-stimmig. 2. Ge- 
sang u. Klavier. [12727, 12728 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. each July 
29, 1916; E 381310, 381311; Verlag 
Der Brettfilm, g. m. b. h., Berlin. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Across the border; march and two 
step, by Warren N. Dean, of U. S. ; 
1st mandolin or violin. [12729 

© Sept. 19, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1916; E 389575; Stephen Shepard, 
Paterson, N. J. 

Across the hils ; words by N. Taylor, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[12730 
© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390633; 
Mrs. Nels Taylor, Los Angeles. 

Adagio from op. 107. (Mozart) See 
Mozart (W. A.) Six classic pieces, 
no. 2. 

Adagio, op. 13 (Beethoven) See Mo- 
zart (W. A.) Six classic pieces, no. 
4. 

Adieux (Les) ; rondo, by J. L. Dussek, 
revised by Hans Semper, of U. S. ; 
piano. [12731 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390509; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision.] 

Affection (tendresse) ; by Henri Ra- 
vina, op. 98, ed. by Andor Pinter, of 
U. S. ; piano. 4to. [12732 

© Sept. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1916 ; 
E 389401; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

After dinner; march one step by Jos. 
J. Fecher, arr. by D. Onivas, of U. S. ; 
orch. 4to. [12733 

© Aug. 19, 1916] 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 389105 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



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12734 



l)t. Ill, 11. S., V. 1 1 



After glow; reverie serenade, by 
Harry J. Lincoln, of U. S., arr. by 
F. H. Losey, of IT. S. ; band. 4to. 

[12734 
© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390584; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

After the rain comes the sunshine ; 
words by Howard King, music by 
Raymond White, of U. S. [12735 

© Oct. 1, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1916; 
E 390717 ; Koninsky music co., Troy, 
N. Y. 

After the war is over ; words by 
Chas. E. Trader and Eddie Elliott, 
music by Eddie S. Elliott, of U. S. 

[12736 
© Sept. 10, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 10, 
1916; E 389899; Will Carroll co., 
inc., Brooklyn. 

Agnus Dei. See Missa de Angelis. 

Ah, love, do you remember ; words 
and music by L. R. Cummins, of 
U. S. [12737 

© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916; E 390394; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Alba. See Giorno (Un) in Venezia. 

Alba triste. See Prima vera in val di 
sole, no. 1. 

Album di pezzi faciei ; cli Vincenzo 
Billi, of Italy ; pianoforte. Con- 
tents : — 1. Souvenir de la Grand 
mere. — 2. Preghiera di bimba. — 3. 
Bonjour, niaman.— 4. Songo d'infan- 
zia. — 5. Pic-nic d'enfants. — 6. Voce 
del cuore. [12738 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384816 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Alice, where art thou ; romance by 
J. Ascher, arr. by Vea trice Crocker, 
ed. and fingered by M. Greenwalcl, of 
U. S. ; piano. (A set of ten arrange- 
ments in simplified form without 
octaves no. 1816) [12739 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25. 
1916 ; E 390539 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on editing and fingering] 

All dressed up; fox trot, founded on 
B. Hapgood Burt and Silvio Hein's 
songs, When you're all dressed up, 
etc. and T'was in September, arr. by 
Henry E. Pether, of England ; piano. 

[12740 
© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916"; E 384952; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 



All full of talk; from Little Miss 
Springtime, words by P. Q. Wode- 
house, music by Jerome Kern, of 
U. S. [12741 

© Sept. 18, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; E 390333; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

All hail the Virgin's Son ; by Clar- 
ence Dickinson, of U. S. ; violin. 
4to. [12742 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389400; H. W. Gray co.,- New 
York. 

choral music ; words by Michael 

Fairless, music by Clarence Dickin- 
son, of U. S. 4to. Sacred choruses 
no. 53) [12743 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 191.6 ; 
E 389399; H. W T . Gray co., New 
York. 

All he did was just look at the 
girls ; words and music by Louis 
W^eslyn and Muriel Pollock, of U. S. 

[12744 
© Sept. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1916 ; 
E 389354 ; M. Witmark & son, New 
York. 

All that I want is an ice cream 
cone; words and music by F. 
Burnett Bond, of U. S. [12745 

© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sent. 25, 
1916; E 390566; Frederic B. Bond, 
Worcester. 

All Thy works shall praise Thee ; 
harvest anthem, words from Psalm 
145, music by Edwyn A. Clare, of 
England ; mixed voices and organ. 
4to. [12746 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 384782 ; Caleb Simper, Barnstaple, 
England. 

All ye who weep ; anthem for Lent or 
funeral service, composed by Oliver 
King, of England ; mixed voices and 
organ. [12747 ' 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 381565; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Alla gavotta. See Trio-suite, no. 3. 

Allegro., See Mozart (W. A.) 

See also Suite, vecchio stile no. 1. 

Almost persuaded; by M. W. Butler, 

of U. S. ; piano or organ. [12748 

© Oct. .1, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; 

E 390839; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 

dalia, Mo. 



842 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 10, 1916 



12765 



Aloha (Farewell) ; Hawaiian song, 
words by Josephine Sherwood, music 
by Queen Liliuokalani, arr. by Wal- 
ter H. Lewis, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 
8vo. [12749 

© Oct. 4, 1936; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916; 
E 389875; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

Aloha oe ; by Queen Liliuokalani, arr. 
by Arthur F. M. Custance, of U. S. ; 
part song for men's voices. 4to. 
(Part-songs for men's voices, no. 
12964.) [12750 

© July 21, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916; E 389528; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement. ] 

■ (Farewell to thee) ; poem by Earl 

E. Crooke, music by H. M. Queen 
Liliuokalani, arr. by Clifford E. 
Slider, of U. S. ; Hawaiian steel 
guitar and organ chimes effect. 

[12751 
© Oct. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1916 ; 
E 389855; Warner C. Williams, In- 
dianapolis. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement and words.] 

■ words by J. Will Callahan, music 

by Queen Liliuokalani, ed. by Henry 
S. Sawyer, of U. S. ; chorus for male 
or mixed voices. [12752 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1916 ; E 390097 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and arrangement.] 

Alone ; words by J. H. Hopkins, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12753 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 389761; 

Jennie H. Hopkin*, Saint Clair, 

Mich. 

Along life's way ; words by George 

Lawrence Andrews, music by Louis 

Victor Saar, of U. S., op. 81, no. 2; 

low voice. [12754 

© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23, 

1916; E 389177; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 

Amaryllis ; waltz by Armand Vecsev, 

of U. S. ; piano. [12755 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 11, 

1916 ; E 388940 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 

London. 



arr. by Otto Langey, of U. S., 

orch. with piano ace. [12756 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1916 ; E 388938 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 



America; words by F. Schlee, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [12757 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390258; 
Fredereca Schlee, Newark, N. J. 

America all the time; words by H. 
J. Kingsley, music by C. N. Thrall, 
of U. S. [12758 

© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1916; E 390614; Carrie North 
Thrall and Hugh J. Kingsley, , Rut- 
land, Vt. 

America, my country ; grand march 
militaire, by J. Owen Long, of U. S. ; 
piano. [12759 

© Oct. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; 
E 390843; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

America, oh ! America ; national an- 
them, words by Carter S. Cole, mu- 
sic by A. MacFadyen, of U. S. 

[12760 
© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389059; Alexander Mac- 
Fadyen, Milwaukee. 

America prepare; words by Elizabeth 
Herbert Childs, music by Ribe Dan- 
mark, of U. S. [12761 
© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916 ; E 389504 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

words by J. H. Wilkinson, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12762 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389607; 
Joseph H. Wilkinson, Farming-ham, 
Mass. 

America, the land we love so well ; 
words and music by F. B. Sheehan, 
of U. S. • [12763 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5. 1916 ; 
E 389365; Frank B. Sheehan, East 
Bloomfield, N. Y. 

American co-operative songs ; Chi- 
cago, 111., Co-operative journal co. 
[1916] 8vo. [12764 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18. 
1916 ; aff . Aug. 23, 1916 ; A 437342 ; 
Co-operative journal co., Chicago. 

American jubilee; fox-trot, by Edw. 
B. Claypoole, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12765 
© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 30; 
1916; E 389263; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 



843 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



12766 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Ameeican patriot ; march by J. F. 
Frysinger, of U. S., op. 151, no. 1; 
piano. (Young pianists fancies 
no. 1.) [12766 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25; 
1916 ; E 390517 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

American prosperity waltzes; bv M. 
Gartner, of U. S. ; piano. [12767 

© 1 c. Aug. 25, 1916; E 389187; 
Melanie Gartner, New York. 

American Santa Clatjs; a humorus 
cantata for Christmas, words by 
Bartlett B. James, music by Fred 
B. Holton, of U. S. [12768 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 2, 
1916; D 19705; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

America's awakening ; words and mu- 
sic by F. J. Eddy, of U. S. [12769 
© Aug. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 389100 ; Fred J. Eddy, Van 
Nuys, Cal. 

Amies (Les) de nos amis; mazurka 
par Amedeo Casolla, of Italy ; piano. 

[12770 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384803 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Among the roses ; a summer idyl by 
M. L. Lake, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[12771 
© Aug. 21, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 390264; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Amor (L') non muore ; valzer lento 

di Amedeo Casolla, of Italy, per 

pianoforte. [12772 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 

E 384806 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Amour (L') se rend (Love's surren- 
der) ; by Neil Moret, of U. S. ; 
piano. [12773 

© Aug. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916; E 389548; Chas. N. Daniels, 
San Francisco. 

Amour tendre ; par Jean Douste, of 
Great Britain ; piano. Continental 
fingering. [12774 

© Aug. 23, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 381606; Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd., London. 

Andante with variations. See Mo- 
zart ,(W. A.) 

Andantino. See Mozart (W. A.) 



j Angelina; words by Louis De Gunto, 
music by A. Gal van, of Santo Do- 
mingo, domiciled at New York. 

[12775 
© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389714; 
Antonio Galvan, New York. 

Angel's dream (Reve d'un ange) ; 
Nocturne by F. D'Orso, op. 47, ed. 
and fingered by M. Greenwald, of U. 
S. ; piano. (Recreations for the 
pianoforte, series IV, no. 1810) 

[12776 
© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390533 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is claim- 
ed on editing and fingering.] 

Angels of Mons, r§ve mystique, by 
Sydney C. Baldock, of England; 
arr. for violin and piano. (Royal 
college edition, no. 89.) [12777 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384830; Gould & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Angel's song; a Christmas service, by 

Ira B. Wilson, of U. S. [12778 

© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 

Sept. 18, 1916; A 436850; Lorenz 

pub. co., Dayton, O. 

orch. score. 4to. [12779 

© July 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916; E 390565; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

words and music by Mrs. C. H. 

Morris, of U. S. [12780 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389082; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

Angelus (The) ; reverie by Frederick 
N. Shackley, of U. S. ; pf. [12781 
© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389823; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Another Wilson ; words by F. E. 

Fike, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [12782 

© lc. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390370; 

F. E. Fike, Dolton, 111. 

Answer (The) ; words by T. Swee- 
ney, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [12783 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389148; 
Theresa Sweeney, Swampscott, 
Mass. 



844 



MUSICAL COMPOSITION'S 



no. 10, 1916 



12801 



Any place is heaven if you are 
neae me; words by Edward Lock- 
ton, music by Hermann Lohr, of 
Great Britain. [12784 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1916 ; E 381559 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Approach of spring; by Chas. Lind- 
say, arr. by F. A. Franklin, of U. S. ; 
violin and piano. [12785 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389848; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

April waltz; by D. Primavera, of 
Italy. 1. Solo mandolino. 4to. — 2. 
Pianoforte. [12786, 12787 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. each Sept. 
25, 1916; E 390560, 390562; Do- 
menico Primavera, Philadelphia. 

Abagonaise. See Massenet (J. E. F.) 

Arioso ; by Edwin Grasse, of U. S. ; 

violin and piano. [12788 

© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 

1916; E 389473; Boston. music co.. 

Boston. 

Arise shine; Christmas anthem, mu- 
sic by Mary A. Simpson, of U. S. ; 
sop. or tenor with organ or piano 
ace. 4to. (Choir music, no. 24.) 

[12789 
© Sept. 21, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1916; E 389512; Robin Ellis, New 
York. 

Arise to praise the Lord ; choral mu- 
sic, words and music by Paul Held, 
of Russia, domiciled at New York 
City. 4to. (Sacred choruses no. 
58) [12790 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1916; E 389395; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Arizona, flest and only love of 

mine ; words and music by J. M. 

Reilly. of U. S. ' [12791 

© 1 c. Sept. 23, 1916; E 389788; 

James M. Reilly, Rensselaer, N. Y. 

Arizona (An) maid; words by H. S. 

Church, music by H. S. Church and 

Lillie L. Church, of U. S. [12792 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389167; 

Harry Shaw Church, McGill, Nev. 

Arkansas ; words and music by E. W. 
Barnett, of U. S. Little Rock, Ark., 
Central music co. [12793 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 
E 389040; Eva Ware Barnett and 
Will M. Ramsey, Little Rock. 



Art ; words by Josephine Fetter Royle, 
music by J. Bertram Fox, of U. S. ; 
high voice. [12794 

© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1916; E 390602; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Artistic vocal album ; a collection of 
songs, by modern composers, com- 
piled by P. W. Orem, of U. S. ; high 
voice. [12795 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916; E 390051; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on the compilation.] 

As I am running ; words and music by 

C. P. Jones, of U. S. [12796 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 

1916 ; E 390826 ; Charles Price Jones, 

Jackson, Miss. 

AS I STROLL DOWN THE SHADED ROAD; 

words by H. E. Parker, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12797 
© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916 ; E 390388 ; 
H. E. Parker, Greenwood Lake, 
N. Y. 

As I was going to Bambury ; Berk- 
shire folk tune, words traditional, 
harmonizer by Harvey Worthington 
Loomis, of U. S. ; male voices. 4to. 
(Modern series no. 91.) [12798 

© Oct. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1916 ; 
E 390761; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
monization.] 

AS THE MOON PEEPED OVER THE HILL ; 

words by J. B. Mitchell, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12799 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389613; 
J. B. Mitchell, New Castle, Pa. 

As we part ; words by Frederick Peter- 
son, music by McNair Ilgenfritz, of 
U. S. [12800 

© Aug. 24. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 389236; Edward Schuberth 
& co., New York. 

Asleep in the meadows ; by Clement 
M. Spurling, of England, op. 11; 
pianoforte. (Our village in Sum- 
mer, no. 1.) [12801 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 384784 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Asperges me. ISee Bonvin (Ludwig) 
Three Gregorian masses. 



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At bay ; quick march, by J. Ord Hume, 
of Great Britain; band. 4to. 
(Boosey's march journal, no. 311) 

[12802 
© Aug. 1, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15. 
1916; E 384891; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

At Hammerfest. See Land of the 
midnight sun, no. 3. 

At parting ; author of words unknown, 
music by Walter Rolfe of U. S. 

[12803 
© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 389194; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

At rest; an evening song, words by 
Louis Casson, music by Herbert 
Dyer, of Great Britain. [12804 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916 ; 
E 381529; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

At sunset ; by E. W. Hale, of U. S. ; 
piano. [12805 

© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916; E 390393; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati, O. 
At taper-time; words by A. H. Clem- 
ents, music by Mana Zucca, of U. S. ; 
op. 10 ; low voice in D. [12806 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1916; E 387872; G. Shirmer, New 
York. 
At the border; patriotic song, words 
by E. M. Ellis, music by George 
Lowell Tracy, of U. S. [12807 

© Oct 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916; 
E 389893; Ella M. Ellis, Brockton, 
Mass. 
At the end of the trail ; words and 
music by Halsey K. Mohr. of U. S. 

[12808 

© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 

1916; E 390171; Shapiro, Bernstein 

& co., inc., New York. 

At the fair ; scherzo, by Anna Pris- 

cilla Risher, of U. S. op. 10 no. 6; 

piano. [12809 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916; E 390496; B. F. Wood music 

co., Boston. 

See also Goossens (Eugene) 

Five impressions of a holiday no. 5. 
At the last ; words by John A. Bell- 
chambers, music by Arthur H. Sam- 
uels, of U. S. (Two songs no. 2) 

[12810 
© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390819; G. Shirmer, inc., New 
York. 



At the shore in the summer time; 
words by J. J. Biernbrauer, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [12811 
© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389156; 
J. J. Biernbrauer, New Britain, 
Conn. 

At the spring; by Mari Pauldi, of 

U. S. ; piano. [12812 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 

1916; E 389328; White-Smith music 

pub. co. 

At twilight; words by Elisabeth M. 
Lock wood, music by Rudolf Friml, 
of U. S. ; mezzo soprano or baritone. 

[12813 
© Aug. 7, 1913; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 389181; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Athletic league; march by Gustave 
Schumann ; arr. by Mackie-Byer, of 
U. S. ; band. 4to. [12814 

© Aug. 30, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916 ; E 389259 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 

march two-step, by Gustave Schu- 
mann, arr. by Mackie-Byer, of U. S. ; 
full orch. 4to. [12815 
© Aug. 30, 19] 6; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 389260; J. W. Pepper & 
sons, Philadelphia. 

Au fait ; intermezzo, by Montague 
Ewing, of England, arr. for violin 
and piano. (Royal college edition, 
no. 89.) [12816 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384831; Gould & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Auburn (The) way; words and mu- 
sic by H. Frazer. of U. S. [12817 
© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390356; Hardaway Frazer, 
Ozark, Ala. 

AUF BEFEHL DER KAISERIN ; potpourri 

aus dem operetten-idyl, text von Leo- 
pold Jacobson und Robert Bodanzky, 
musik von Bruno Granichstaedten, 
arr. von Martin Uhl, of Austria ; 
klavier zu zwei handen, mit beige- 
fugtem text. [12818 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 29. 
1916 ; E 381355 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



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no. 10, 1916 



12833 



Autumn thoughts ; reverie, by Alice 
Morse Glover, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12819 
© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1916 ; E 390455 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Aux papillons ; par Henry E. Geehl, 

of Great Britain ; piano. [12820 

© Aug. 23, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 25, 

1916; E 381607; Edwin Ashdown, 

ltd., London. 

Aye Maeia. See Gounod (C. F.) 

Ayesta in song, no. 2; by O. Z. 

Hanish, of U. S. 12mo. [12821 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. May 29, 

1916 ; aff . Sept. 16, 1916 ; A 436847 ; 

Mazdaznan press, Los Angeles. 

Awake ; serenade & romance, com- 
posed by H. G. Pelissier, arr. by 
Henry Geehl, of England ; piano 
solo. [12822 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384828: Gould & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Awake, my soul ; words by J. A. 
Nelon. music by Geo. W. Bacon, of 
U. S. [12823 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1916 ; E 390209 ; James Alfred Nelon, 
Uree, N. C. 

Awakening (The) of the lion galop; 
by De Kontski, arr. by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; piano. (Old favor- 
ites arranged in dance form no. 
14014.) [12824 

© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389803; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Baby (The) blues; words and music 
by George A. Norton, of U. S. Salt 
Lake City, Utah. Geo. A. Norton 
pub. cO. [12825 

© July 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 30, 
1916; E 389701; James I. Mobley, 
Salt Lake City. 

Baby' o' mine; lullabye, words by 
Bessie Buchanan, music by Henry 
Wayne Beresford, of U. S ; medium 
key of F. [12826 

© Aug. 3, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; E 390293; Will Rossiter, Chi- 
cago. 



Baby of mine ; words and music by 
J. R. Morris, of U. S ; op. 23, no. i. 

[12827 
© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916; E 390192; Hinds, Hayden & 
Eldredge, inc., N. Y. 

Baby's world. See Crescent (The) 
moon, no. 3. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Gavotte; 
by J. S. Bach, adapted and edited by 
Arthur Foote, of U. S. ; piano in B 
flat. [12828 

© Aug. 5, 1914 ; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1916 ; 
E 390044; Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on adap- 
tation and editing.] 

Klavierwerke, band 3 ; kleine 

prliludien fughetta, und duette, von 
J. S. Bach, herausgegben von Fer- 
ruccio Busoni, of Italy, fur klavier. 
[German, English, Italien u. French 
text.] (Contents: — 1. Zwolf kleine 
praludien. — 2. Sechs kleine pralu- 
dien. — 3. Fughetta. — 4. Vier duette. 

[12829 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 

1916; E 381217; Breitkopf & 

Hartel, New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

March ; by J. S. Bach, adapted 

and edited by Arthur Foote, of U. 
S. ; piano in D. [12830 

© Aug. 5, 1914 ; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1916 ; 
E 390046; Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on adap- 
tation and editing.] ^ 

Miniature prelude ; by J. S. Bach, 

adapted and edited bv Arthur 
Foote, of U. S. ; piano in C. [12831 
© Aug. 5, 1914; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916; E 390043; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on the adaptation and editing.] 

■ Minuet; by J. S. Bach, adapted 

and edited by Arthur Foote. of U. 
S.; piano in G. [12832 

© Aug. 5, 1914; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916 ; E 390045 ; Arthur P. Schmidt, 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation and editing.] 

■ Six suites for violoncello ; adapt- 
ed, revised and fingered by Louis 
Svecenski, of Poland, domiciled at 
Seal Harbor, Me. ; viola, 4to. ( Schir- 
mer's library, vol. 1278) [12833 

© Sept. 7, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 9, 
1916; E 389434; G. Schirmer (inc.), 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation, revision and finger- 
ing.) 



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Bach (Johann Sebastian) — Contd. 

Stately (A) dance; by J. S. Bach, 

adapted and edited by Arthur 
Foote, of U. S. ; piano in F. [12834 
© Aug. 5, 1914; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916; E 390042; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation and editing.] 

■ Tempo di minuetto ; by J. S. 

Bach, adapted and edited by Arthur 
Foote, of U. S. ; piano in D minor. 

[12835 

© Aug. 5, 1914; 2 c. Aug. 31, 

1916 ; E 390047 ; Arthur P. Schmidt, 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

adaptation and editing.] 

Back home in my deeam ; words by 
E. G. Markholm, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [12836 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389141; 
Emil G. Markholm, Geraldine. 
Mont. 

Back in childhood days; words by 

A. A. Clough, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [12837 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389733; 

Alice A. Clough, Waupan, Wis. 

Back to the old countey home: 
words by Harry Willis, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12838 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389601; 
Harry Sachs, Pittsburgh. 

Bagk to the old, old home; words 
by L. G. Nelson-Anderson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [12839 
© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389741; 
Mrs. L. G. Nelson-Anderson, Brook- 
field, Minn. 

Back to the wild bunch ; words and 
music by M. B. Y. Gay, of U. S. 

[12840 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389600; 
Maude B. Y. Gay, Metcalf, Ariz. 

Bad (A) case of haemony; words 
and music by D. C. McGinnis and 
S. Herzberg, arr. by Chas. N. Dan- 
iels, of U. S. [12841 
© 1 c. Sept. 5, 1916; E 389363; 
D. C. McGinnis and Sidney Herz- 
berg, San Francisco. 

Bagatelle and eeveeie ; by D'Au- 
vergne Barnard, of Gt. Britain, op. 
35; piano. [12842 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916,; E 381761; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 



Balfe (Michael William) Killar- 
ney ; by Balfe, arr. by Philip Greely, 
of U. S. ; male voices. 4to. [12843 
© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390523; C. W. Thompson 
& co., Boston. 

Ballet suite; by Gretry-Mottl, re-arr. 
by Chas. J. Roberts, of U. S. ; orch. 
Contents : — 1. Tambourin. — 2. Men- 
uetto.— 3. Gigue. [12844 

© July 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
3916; E 389118; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
arrangement.] 

by Rameau-Mottl, re-arr. by C. J. 

Roberts, of U. S. ; orch. Contents : — 
1. Minuet.— 2. Musette.— 3. Tam- 
bourin. [12845 
© July 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389117; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed an re- 
arrangement.] 

Banjoesque; march and one step, by 
B. Gedney, of U. S. ; banjo solo, C 
notation. 4to. [12846 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1916; E 387834; Burton Gedney, 
Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

B. Y. P. U. song ; words and music by 
G. I. Parsons, of U. S. . [12847 
© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; E 390291; Giehl Irving Par- 
sons, Seattle. 

Baecaeole ; by Richard Czerwonky, of 

U. S. ; violin & piano. [12848 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 

1916; E 389119; Carl Fischer, New 

York. 

Baecaeolle ; grand concert paraphrase 
on Offenbach's Barcarolle, from 
Hoffman's tales of love, by Charles 
Kunkel, of U. S. ; piano. [12849 

© Sept. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1916 ; 
E 389444; Kunkel bros. music co., 
St. Louis. 

■ See also Offenbach (Jacques) 

Baetee V. C. ; march, arr. by S. V. 
Hays, of England; reed and brass 
band. 4to. [12850 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 384983; Hawkes & son, 
London. 

Bay state ; march and two step, by 
Everett J. Evans, of U. S., arr. by 
Mackie-Beyer, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[12851 
© Sept. 2, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 2, 
1916 ; E 390211 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 



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no. 10, 1916 



12868 



Bay state — Continued. 

march by Everett J. Evans, arr. 

by Mackie-Byer, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[12852 

© Aug. 30, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 389258; J. W. Pepper & 
son, Philadelphia. 

Be filled with the spieit ; words by 
E. E. Hewitt, music by Jno. R. 
Sweney, of U. S. [12853 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389088; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

Be merciful unto me, O God; words 
from Bible, music by Bruce Steane, 
of Great Britain ; anthem for mixed 
voices. 4to. [12854 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916; E 389529; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Be mine; words by Wilbur M. Moyer, 
music by Roy Reber, of U. S. 

[12855 
© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1916; E 388941; Wilbur M. Moyer, 
Philadelphia. 

Be prepared; words and music by 
Belle Schrag, of U. S. Kansas City, 
Mo., Universal music co. [12856 

© Sept. 13, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; E 390297; Harry Reynolds, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Be prepared, our nation's emblem ; 
new national song, by W. M. Wood, 
arr. by O. H. Unger, of U. S. ; band. 
4to. [12857 

© Sept. 16,' 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916 ; E 390435 ; Wm. M. Wood, Nor- 
ristown, Pa. 

Be Thou with me ; anthem by Charles 
B. Blount, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Sacred compositions, no. 14) 

[12858 
© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389871; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

Beautiful golden hair ; words by 

W. M. Wilson, music by J. E. An- 

dino, of U. S. [12859 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389728; 

W. M. Wilson, Homeland, Ga. 

Beautiful Restawhile ; words and 
music by H. D. Loes of U. S. 

[12860 
© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916; E 390179; Harry Dixon Loes, 
Kennett, Mo. 



Beautiful springtime, by E. Williams, 
of U. S. ; piano. Chicago, 111. 
Siegel-Myers. [12861 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390672; Earl Williams, 
Luther, la. 

Bebe s'endort ; ninna-nanna, musica 
par Vincenzo Billi, of Italy, op. 314 ; 
violon a la premiere position avec 
ace. de piano. (Six morceaux fa- 
ciles, no. 1. [12862 

© Sept. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916 ; 
E 385024 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Because a mason never tells. See 
I love to love a mason. 

Because of thee; words ,by Celia 
Thaxter, music by Otto Kunitz, of 
U. S. [12863 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 389061 ; Colby & Pryibil, Los 
Angeles. 

Bee-bag (The) and Doodle (The) 
bug's charm; words by Jas. Whit- 
comb Riley, music by Julia Alice 
Adam of U. S. [12864 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 
E 389416; Carlin music co., Indian- 
apolis. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Benedictus, 
aus der Missa solennis ; von L. van 
Beethoven, op. 123, bearbeitst von 
Ferruccio Busoni, of Italy. 1. Or- 
chester und violine solo ; partitur. 
2. Violine und klavier, arr. v. F. 
Busoni und Herm. Gartner. 

[12865, 12866 

© Feb. 28. 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 

1916 ; E 381218, 381219 ; Breitkopf & 

Hartel, New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

Classiques (Les) favoris, du 

piano ; von L. van Beethoven, mor- 
ceaux choisis, doigtes, accentues et 
classes progressivement, par Th. 
Lack, of France; 2 e vol. (Edition 
nationale frangaise, no. 1014.) 

[12867 

© June 17, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 

1916; E 384943; Henry Lemoine & 

cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 

on fingering & accentuation etc.] 

■ Fur Elise ; by Ludwig van Bee- 
thoven, arr. by Sascha Jacobsen, of 
U. S. ; violin and piano. [12868 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916; E 390427; Jos. P. Katz, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



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Beethoven (Ludwig van) — Continued. 

■ Hallelujah chorus ; words from 

Mount of Olives, music by L. Van 
Beethoven, ed. by Frederic H. Ripley 
and H. L. Heartz, of U. S. ; sop. I, 
II (or tenor) alto and bass. 4to 
(Stanhope edition no. 214) [12869 
© Oct 6, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390853; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing] 

Menuet in G, no. 2 ; by L. van Bee- 
thoven, arr. by W. P. Mero, [pseud, of 
Preston Ware Orem] of U. S. ; piano, 
four hands. (Library of four hand 
music no. 14053) [12870 
© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389831; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Menuetto ; from Septet, by L. van 

Beethoven, op. 20, arr. by Hans 
Harthan, of U. S. ; piano. ( Selected 
classics no. 13967) [12871 

© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389842; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. (Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Nature's praise of God ; four part 

chorus, English version by Sigmund 
Spaeth, of U. S., music by L. van 
Beethoven; men's voices, piano or 
organ ad lib. (8vo. choruses no. 
6566) [12872 

© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1916; E 390606; G Schirmer, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
English version.] 

Sonates, vol. 2 ; von L. van Bee- 
thoven, edition revue par M. Mosz- 
kowski, of France; piano. (Collec- 
tion Orphee, no. 170.) [12873 
© Aug. 25, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384924; Societe franchise, 
l'edition des grands classiques mu- 
sicaux, Paris. 

Trois sonates ; par L. van Bee- 
thoven, op 31, revue et doigtee par L. 
Diemer, of France; piano. 1. no 3 
en mi bemol maj. 2. no. 1. en sol 
maj. (Edition nationale frangaise 
no. 164 et 155.) [12874, 17875 
© Jan. 17, 1916; 1 c. each Aug. 
26, 1916; E 384932, 384933; Henry 
Lemoine & cie., Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on revision & fingering.] 

Before thy shrine my love ; words by 
W. H. Patchin. music by H. B. Ro- 
land, of U. S. [12876 
(c) 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916 ; E 390374 ; 
W. H. Patchin, Bellingham, Wash. 



Before we said good-bye ; words by M. 
Crawley, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [12877 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1916; E 387854; 
Mary Crawley, Newport, R. I. 

Behold, O God, our hope and de- 
fender ; festival anthem, text from 
the Bible, music by Arthur Berridge, 
of Great Britain ; mixed voices and 
organ. 4to. [12878 

© July 29, 1916 : 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 
E 381563 ; Yv T eekes & co., London. 

Bei nacht um zehn ; marsch-duett aus 
der operette, Der favorit, text von 
Fritz Griinbaum und Wilhelm Sterk, 
musik von Robert Stolz, of Austria ; 
original key in As-dur. [12879 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381212 ; Drei masken verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Munich. 

Belle (La) Elaine: by H. N. Angell, 

of U. S. ; piano. [12880 

© Sept. 21, 1916: 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916; E 390570; Helen N. Angell, 

Brookline, Mass. 

Belle (The) of the Bends; words by 
R. McCallum, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [12881 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389590; 
Rebecca McCallum, St. Louis. 

Bellini (Yincl^zo) Norma ; selection 
by Y. Bellini, arr. by R. Gruenwald, 
of U. S. ; orch. (Concert ed. no. 
509) [12882 

© Aug. 16. 1916: 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916; E 389519; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] , 

Below the Rio Grande ; words by H. 
Churchill, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [12883 
© 1 c. Sept. 26. 1916; E 389593; 
Hattie Churchill, Sacramento, Cal. 

BenedictA sit.; words from the Sarum 
Graduale, music by Miles I. A. Mar- 
tin, of U. S. 4to. (Church music 
review, no. 436) 12884 

© Aug. 31, 1916 : 2 c. Sept. 1, 1916 ; 
E 389278 ; H. AY. Gray co., New York. 

Benedictus, atjs der Missa solennis. 
See Beethoven (Ludwig van) 

Bercee par les flots ; reverie par Vin- 
cenzo Billi, of Italy, op. 314; violon 
ou violoncelle, avec ace. de piano. 
/ (Six morceaux faciles, no. 4.) 

[12885 
© Sept. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916 ; 
E 385027 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 



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no. 10, 1916 



12905 



Berceuse; par Francesco Cilea, of 
Italy, op. 20 ; piano. [12886 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384811 ; G. Kicordi & co., Milan. 

Berceuse from Jocelyn. See Godard 
(B. L. P.) 

Berceuse pays an ne ; by James M. 
Coward, of England ; piano solo. 

[12887 
© July 21, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1916; E 381516; Metzler & co., ltd., 
London. 

Best (The) thing in this wide, wide 
world ; words by F. Weidner. music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[12888 
© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389144; 
Frieda Weidner, Pittsburgh. 

Betrogene (Die) ; walzer, von C. 
Schwerin, of Germany. 1. Haus- 
orchester. 2. Orchester. 3. Eine 
singstimme mit klavierbeal. 

[12889-12891 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381306-381308; Otto Die- 
trich. Leipzig. 

Bianca ; by Franz Drdla, of Austria, 
op. 137 ; violin and piano. 
(Schmidt's educational series, no. 
156.) [12892 

© Aug. 3. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381462; Arthur P. Schmidt co.. 
Boston. 

Biedermann (Edw. J.) Caprice; by E. 
J. Biedermann, of U. S., op. 49, no. 
1; piano. (Two recital pieces, no. 
1). [12893 

© Oct. 6. 1916; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916; 
E 389889; Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York. 

Big (The) scare-crow .in the old 
cornfield ; words by Mrs. H. 
Waters, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [12894 

© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1916; E 390805; 
Mrs. Harrison Waters, Little Neck, 
N. Y. 

Bing (The) boys are here; music by 
Nat. D. Ayer, of U. S., arr. by 
Sydney Baynes, of Great Britain; 
piano. 1. Fox trot. 2. One or two- 
step. [12895, 12896 
© Aug. 21, 1916; 2 c. each Aug. 
21, 1916 ; E 389109, 389110 ; B. Feld- 
man & co., London. 



Bing (The) boys are here — Contd. 
waltz, music by Nat. D. Ayer, of 

U. S.; piano. [12897 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 

1916; E 389108; B. Feldman & co., 

London. 

Bird of June ; words by Edward Lock- 
ton, music by Dorothy Forster, of 
Great Britain. [12898 

© Aug. 7, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1916; E 381526; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Birth of beauty ; waltz by Walter 

Rolfe, of U. S. ; piano. [12899 

© Aug. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 

1916; E 390653; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 

Bisserl (Ein) liebe; lied aus der 
operette, Liebeszauber, musik von 
Oscar Straus. 1. Salonorchester, 
arr. von Martin Uhl, of Austria. 
2. Grosses orchester, arr. von Adolf 
Ischpold. of Austria. [12900, 12901 
© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. each July 
29, 1916 ; E 381284, 381285 ; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements.] 

text von Victor Leon, musik 

von Oscar Straus, of Austria; ge- 
sang unci piano. [12902 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381292; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 

Bit (A) of sunshine; words and mu- 
sic by Lewis Barnes, of England ; 
song in E flat and F. [12903 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 1 c. each Aug. 
17, 1916; E 381577; Ascherberg. 
Hopwood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Bizet ( Georges ) First minuet ; 
from Suite Arlesienne, by Georges 
Bizet, trans, by Walter Peck Stan- 
' ley. of U. S. ; organ, 4to. ( St. Cecilia 
series of compositions for the organ 
no. 69) [12904 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16; 
1916; E 389045; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Carmen polka ; by Bizet, arr. by 

M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano. (Old 
favorites arranged in dance form 
no. 14011) [12905 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389800; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



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Bizet ( Geoeges ) — Continued. 

■ March; from Carmen, opera by 

G. Bizet, adapted and arr. by R. 
Krentzlin, of Germany ; piano, with- 
out octaves. [12906 
© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 384882; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation.] 

Blame it all on the girls ; from So 
long Letty, lyrics and music by 
Earl Carroll, of U. S. [12907 

© Sept. 30, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916; E 389683; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Blessed (The) old way of the 
cross; words and music by Mrs. C. 
H. Morris, of U. S. [12908 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 389292; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

Blessing (The) of peace; text from 
Psalms 57 and 46, music by Edwyn 
A. Clare, of England ; mixed voices 
and organ. [12909 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 384783; Caleb Simper, Barnsta- 
ple, England. 

Bloke (The) wot's left be'ind; 
monologue, words by Percy Tar- 
ling, music by Lois Barker ; recita- 
tion with piano ace. [12910 
© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23. 
1916; E 381593; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Blomstervisa (Bltjmenlied), dikt av 
E. A. Karlfeldt, musik av Ruben 
Liljefors, of Sweden, for en rost 
och piano. (Sanger, no. 4.) 

[12911 
© Aug. 11, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 6, 
1916; E 385092; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Blossom snow ; unison song, words by 
Edith Sanford Tillotson, music by 
J. S. Fearis, of U. S. 4to. [12912 
© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916 ; E 390186 ; J. S. Fearis & bro., 
Chicago. 

Blossoms ; words and music by I. B. 

Linebarger, of U. S. [12913 

© 1 c. Sept. 7, 1916; E 389389; 

Iva Blue Linebarger, Rockville, Ind. 

Blow ye the teumpet in Zion ; fes- 
tival anthem, words from the Bible 
and Doxology, music by R. Hunting- 
ton Woodman, of U. S. ; men's voices 



Blow ye the trumpet in Zion — Contd. 
with organ ace. (Svo. choruses no. 
6564) [12914 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390817; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Blue hills march ; two step, by Chas. 
Southwell, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[12915 
© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 389579 ; Geo. Southwell pub., 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Blue, just blue; words by J. Bran- 
don Walsh, music by Julius Ba- 
funno, of U. S. [12916 

© Sept. 29, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 
1916; E 390783; Buck & Lowney, 
St. Louis. 

Blumenteufel (Die) ; militar-marsch 
von Joachim Albrecht, prinz von 
Preussen, of Germany ; ausgabe fur 
grosses orchester. 4to. [12917 

© Mar. 30, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381234; Adolf Robitschek, 
Vienna. 

1. Klavier zu 2 handen, mit 



gesang ged. von Heinz Scharpf. 2. 
Militar-musik, ( band ) . 

[12918, 12919 
© Mar. 27, 1916; 1 c. each July 
29, 1916; E 381233, 381235; Adolf 
Robitschek, Vienna. 

Blush (A) rose ; flower song, by Thur- 
low Lieurance, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12920 
© Mar. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390651; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Boats. See Crescent (The) moon 
no. 2. 

Bobbie; song without words, by E. O. 
Schaaf, of U. S. op. 1, no. 6 ; piano. 

[12921 
© 1 c. Sept. 28, 1916; E 389659; 
Edward Oswald Schaaf, Newark, 
N. J. 

Bobolink (The) ; words and music by 
Mae Aileen Erb, of U. S. ; op. 16 
no. 7. [12922 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390507; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Boite a musique ; badinage par G. 
Sgambati (oeuvre posthume) of 
Italy, pour piano. [12923 

© Sept.- 7, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 8. 
1916; E 385020; G. Ricordi & co., 
Milan. 



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no. 10, 1916 



12939 



Bonjour maman. See Album di peZzi 
facili. 

Bonnie Bell; three step by Joseph 
Buell Carey, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12924 

© Aug. 31. 1916; 2 e. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 390284; Buell music co., 
San Francisco. 

Bonvin (Ludwig) Three Gregorian 
masses ; Vatican melodies in modern 
notation, edited by L. Bonvin, S. J., 
of America, op. 121, 16mo. Con- 
tents : — Asperges me. — Vida aquam. 
— Mass 1. De Angelis. — Mass 2, 
Cunctipotens. — Mass for the dead. — 
The manner of responding at mass. 

[12925 
© June 8, 1916; 2 c. July 15, 
1916: E 385079; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 

Boogie rag; by Wilber C. Sweatman, 
arr. by Milton Ager. of U. S. ; piano. 

[12926 
© 1 c. Sept. 22, 1916; E 390449; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Bow down Thine eae, O Lord ; part 
song, music by Ruth B. Rodgers, of 
U. S. (In Church music review, 
series of anthems and services, no. 
441.) [12927 

© Sept. 2, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389357; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Bow-wow ; one-step, by F. Henri 
Klickmann, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12928 
© Sept. 6, 1916: 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1916 ; E 390103 ; McKinley music CO., 
Chicago. 

Boy (The) scouts camp; by E. W. 
Hale, of U. S. ; op. 5 ; piano. 

[12929 
© Sept. 16. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390433; Ernest W. Hale, 
Wilmington. O. 

Boyhood days ; words by R. Billings- 
lea, music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [12930 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390749; 
Rhoda Billingslea, Drumright, Okl. 

Boys (The) of sixty-one; words and 
music by E. H. Emmons, of U. S. 

[12931 
© Aug. 1. 1916: 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1916: E 387874; Earl H. Emmons, 
New York. 



Boys (The) of the U. S. A. : march 
and two step, by Julius K. Johnson, 
of U. S. ; piano. [12932 

© Oct. 1, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1916; 
E 390719 ; Koninsky music co., Troy, 
N. Y. 

Bracta ; mazur, na ch6r mieszany 
z towarzyszeniem f ortepianu, do slow 
zvgm K. Zvchewicza, ulozvl muzvke, 
W. K. Noblewski, of U. S. [12933 
© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1916 ; 
E 389296 ; X. Jordan, Reading, Pa. 

Brahms (Johannes) Marschieren ; 
von Joh. Brahms, op. 41 no. 4. bear- 
beitet von P. Tiedemann, of Ger- 
many, fur gchr. schuslerchor, parti- 
tur. 4to. [12934 

© Nov. 20, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381236; J. Rieter-Bieder- 
mann, Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Braine (Robert) Nocturne; words by 

Theadore B. Shaw, music by R. 

Braine, of U. S. [12935 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390730; 

Robert Braine, New York. 

Brave hearts ; mazurka by Ludwig 
Renk. of U. S., op. 2, no. 1; pf. 
(Varied scenes, no. 1) [12936 

© Oct. 4. 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389816; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Breathe on me, breath of God ; words 
by Edwin Hatch, music by F. E. J. 
Lloyd, of U. S. 4to. (Summy's 
octavo edition, sacred series no. 
1235) [12937 

© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916: E 389668; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Bridal chorus. See Wagner (Rich- 
ard) 

Bride song ; words and music by True 

Rice, arr. by Harry L. Alford, of 

U. S. [12938 

© 1 c. Aug. 25, 1916; E 389191; 

True Rice, Chicago. 

Bkiefszexe und galopp ; aus der oper- 
ette, Liebeszauber, text von Victor 
Leon, musik von Oscar Straus, of 
Austria ; gesang und piano. [12939 
© Feb. 28, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381293; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky) Leipzig. 



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Beigadier (El) ; marcha-two-step, por 
Valentin Torres, of Mexico, domi- 
ciled at El Paso, Texas, para piano. 

[12940 
© July 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 389650; Edmundo C. Ar- 
giielles, El Paso. 

Bright and early march ; by Morris 
Weston [pseud, of Henry S. Saw- 
yer], of U. S. ; piano. (Big note 
pieces for little players, no. 1682.) 

[12941 
© Sept. 11, 1936; 2 c. Sept. 11. 
1916 ; E 390164 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Bright sunny days ; words by S. 

James, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [12942 

© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; E 390809 ; S. 

James, Colorado Springs, Col. 

Brighten the home; march by G. 

Holcombe, of U. S. ; piano. [12943 

© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 

E 390832; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 

dalia, Mo. 

Bring back our sailor boys ; words 
and music by M. E. Hoffmann, of 
U. S. Alameda, Cal., Geo. Hoffmann. 

[12944 
© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390585 ; Mary E. Hoffmann, 
Alameda, Cal. 

Britannia's daughter ; words by C. E. 
Selwyn, music by Arthur A. Penn, of 
U. S. [12945 

© Sept. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389883; Cecil E. Selwyn, Winni- 
peg, Man., Canada. 

Broken doll; fox trot by Henry E. 

Pether, of England ; piano. [12946 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 25, 

1916; E 381595; Francis, Day & 

Hunter, London. 

Bruder und sch wester ; fiinf leichte 
klavierstiicke, von Paul Zilcher, of 
Germany, op. 136, nos. 1-5; klavier 
zu vier handen. Contents: — 1. 
Marsch— 2. Walzer — 3. Menuett— 
4. Gavotte.— 5. Tarantelle. [12947 
© Aug. 11, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 6, 
1916; E 385088; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Brutus Caesar Anthony Lee; words 
by Jack Mahoney, music by Harry 
von Tilzer, of U. S. [12948 

© Sept. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1916 ; 
E 389281; Harry von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 



Buckles; by Walter Isham, of U. S. 
1. Mandolin and guitar ace. 2. Steel 
guitar and ukulele. [12949,12950 
© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 6, 
1916; E 390780, 390781; Frank L. 
Littig, Los Angeles. 

Bull frog blues ; fox trot, from Chin- 
Chin, by Tom Brown and Guv 
Schrigley, of U. S. ; piano. [12951 
© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916 ; E 390292 ; Will Rossiter, Chi- 
cago. 

Bungalow bliss ; syncopated waltz by 
Lillian M. Childers, of U. S. ; piano. 

[12952 
© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390837; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

Bunte blatter ; zehn vortrag-stiick- 
chen, von Christian Knayer, of Ger- 
many, op. 12, nos. 1-10; klavier. 

[12953 

© Mar. 28, 1916; 1 c. July 29. 

1916; E 381241; D. Rahter, Leipzig. 

Buona notte. See Giorno (Un) in 
Yenezia. 

Burma; words and music by F. Bur- 
nett Bond, of U. S. [12954 
© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390569; Frederic B. Bond, 
Worcester. 

But best of all she loves the 
jukalele ; words and music by 
James Kendis, of U. S., arr. by Mor- 
nay Helm, of U. S. [12955 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389159; 
Kendis music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Butcher (The), the baker, the 
candle-stick maker; words by B. 
M. Kaye, music by Mana Zucca. of 
U. S. [12956 

© 1 c. Sept. 30, 1916; E 389693; 
Benj. M. Kaye, New York. 

Butterflies' (The) songs; unison 
song for schools, words and music 
by Rich. A. Moss, of Great Britain. 
4to. (Curwen's edition, no 71482.) 

[12957 
© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 381508; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Butterfly (The), by M. Davenport - 
Engberg, of U. S. ; op. 21, violin 
with piano ace. [12958 

© July -19. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389120; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



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12977 



Button (The) holemaker's ball; } Call again, Me. Calligan ; words and 



words by Howard Johnson and Alex. 
Gerber, music by Jack Glogau, of 
U. S. [12959 

© 1 c. Sept. 22, 1916; E 390465; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

By an inland lake; words by Wm. 
Stanley Braithwaite, music by Geo. 
Clifford Vieh, of U. S. ; low voice 
in B. [12960 

© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 389466; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

By the dear old bivee shore ; words 
by C. Valentine, music by J. R. 
Howland, of U. S., arr. by Jas. 
Stetson, of U. S. [12961 

© 1 c. Aug. 22. 1916; E 389172; 
Jewett It. Howland and Charles 
Valentine, Philadelphia. 

By the elvers. See Goossens (Eu- 
gene) Five impressions of a holi- 
day, no. 2. 

Bye, my baby bunting ; words and 
music bv Dorothy Gavnor Blake, of 
U. S. [12962 

© Sept. 29, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 2, 
1916; E 390709; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Bygone days ; music by Brian Hope, 
arr. by Albert W. Ketelbey, of Eng- 
land ; orchestra, with piano con- 
ductor. 4to. [12963 
© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 381509 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Oachoucha. See Raff (J. J.) 

Cakewalk (The) as its done in 
Tippeeary ; words and music by J. 
Burnett, arr. by Paul Pratt, of U. S. 

[12964 
© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1916; E 396315; 
Jack Burnett, Chicago. 

Calamity howlers hushed ; words 
and music by W. C. Piatt, of U. S. ; 
mixed quartette. [12965 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1916; E 389390; W. C. Piatt, Chi- 
cago. 
California : words by Mrs. N. Taylor, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [12966 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390632; 

Mrs. Xels Taylor, Los Angeles. 

California is the land foe me ; words 

and music bv A. C. Rampendahl, of 

U. S. [12967 

© Aug. 26. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916 ; E 390050 ; August C. Rampen- 
dahl, St. Helena, Cal. 



music bv Jeff Branen, Alex. Gerber 
and Harry Jentes, of U. S. [12968 
© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916; E 390408; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

Call (The) of a nation; fox trot by 
Fred E. Ahlert and Pete Wendling, 
of U. S. ; piano. [12969 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 387859; Waterson Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Call (The) of the flag; poem by 

M. H. Tannehill, music by R. A. 

Browne, of U. S. [12970 

© 1 c. Oct. 2, 1916; E 390702; 

Marie H. Tannehill, Pomona, Cal. 

Call (The) of the hills; words by 

F. Tippets, music by J. E. Andino. 

of U. S. [12971 

© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390387; 

Fred Tippets, Franklin, Ariz. 

Call to aems ; by F. H. Brackett, of 

U. S.; piano. [12972 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31, 

1916; E 390053; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Camel (The) walk; words by Sam 
L. Rosenbaum, music by Jos. M. 
Verges, of U. S. [12973 

© Sept. 9, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
3916; E 389412; Triangle music pub. 
co., New Orleans. 

Camp flee glees ; march, by Harold 
Spencer, [pseud, of Henry S. Saw- 
yer] of U. S. ; piano. [12974 
© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1916 ; E 390101 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Campus-teot ; one step by D. A. Weber, 

of U. S. ; piano. [12975 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 7, 

1916; E 389388; Don A. Weber, 

Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Can Ada, Ada can ; words by E. H. 

Du Chemin, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [12976 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389606; 

E. H. Du Chemin, Denver. 

Canada has done hee paet ; words by 
R. M. Kirkerod, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [12977 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1916; E 387853; 
R. H. Kirkerod, Winnipeg, Mani- 
toba, Canada. 



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Canadian (The) soldiers recruiting 
march song; words and music by 
Martha A. Cawley, of Canada. 

[12978 
© Aug. 19, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 381576; M. A. Cawley, St. 
Norbert, Man. Canada. 

Cantata un usignolo ; melodia, versi 

di Venturino Camaiti, musica di S. 

Gastaldon, of Italy. [12979 

© Sept. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916 ; 

E 385022 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Cantique, au Sacre-Coei.tr de Jesus ; 
d'apres Thymine de la fete, Auctor 
beate soeculi, paroles de M. Serville, 
musique de F. de La Tombelle, of 
France; partition avec ace. d'orgue. 

[12980 
© July 19, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916 ; E 384937 ; L. J. Biton, Paris. 

Canzone amoroso. See Giorno (Un) 
in Venezia. 

Capeiccio. See Suite, vecchio stile, 
no. 3. 

Caprice Pompadour; by J. H. Foulds, 

of England, op. 42, no. 2 ; violin with 

piano ace. [12981 

© July 12, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 

E 381460 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Caressante; valse lente par Vincenzo 
Billi, of Italy, op. 314; violon a la 
premiere position, avec ace. de piano. 
(Six morceaux faciles, no. 2.) 

[12982 

© Sept. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916 ; 
E 385025 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Carezze ; valzer by F. Riccardi, arr. by 
B. Quattrociocche, of U. S. ; armon- 
ica. (Quattrociocche edition, no. 
32). [12983 

© Sept. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1916 ; 
E 390135; B Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 

Carmen polka. See Bizet (Georges) 

Carmena; valse, by H. Lane-Wilson, 
arr. by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Recreations for the piano- 
forte, series IV, no. 1805) [12984 
© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390528 ; Century music pub. 
co.. New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Carnaval mignon ; by Edouard Schiitt, 
op. ,48, ed. by Hugo Ries, of U. S. ; 
pf. Contents:— 1. Prelude. 2. Sere- 
nade d'Arlequin. 3. Tristesse de 



Carnaval mignon — Continued. 

Colombine. 4. Polichinelle. 5. Pier- 
rot reveur. 6 Sganarelle. [12985 
© Oct. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; E 
389862 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

Carrillon (Le) de Cythere; by Fran- 
cois Couperin, ed. by Helen Hope- 
kirk, of U. S. ; piano. [12986 
© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 389463; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

Carry me back to old Virginny; 
words and music by James Bland, 
arr. by Arthur H. Ryder of U. S. ; 
part song for mens voices with so- 
prano solo. 4to. (Part-songs for 
men's voices, no. 12,952) [12987 

© July 24, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916; E 389527; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Carry on ; duet from the vaudeville 
production, Some, words by Valen- 
tine, music by Jas. W. Tate, of 
England. i [1298S 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384959; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London 

Castles in Spain. See Winter sketches. 

Cavalcade militaire; military march 
by Leo Oehmler, of U. S., op. 213; 
pf. [12989 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389812; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Cavatina; by Carl Bohm, op. 314, no. 
2, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts, of U. S. ; 
orch. [12990 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13. 
1916; E 390271; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Centocinquanta canti ; per lo studio 
dell' armonizzazione della melodia, 
composti ad uso dei conservatori di 
musica, da Carlo Peclron, of Italy. 
(Edizioni Ricordi, no. 116777.) 

[12991 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384809 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Challenge (A) ; words anon., music 

by Willard Patton, of U. S. [12992 

© Sept. 13, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16. 

1916; E 390423; Clayton F. Summy 

co., Chicago. 



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no. 10, 1916 



13009 



Chaloff (Julius) Etude; printemps, 
by Julius Chaloff, of U. S., op. 10, 
no. 4 ; piano. [12993 

© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1916: E 389483; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 
Champenoise (La) ; par E. Jacques- 
Dalcroze of France, pour piano. 
(Trois marches militaires, no. 2) 

[12994 
© July 27, 1916: 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 381554; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. 
Chant militate; poeme de Auguste 
Dorchain, musique de Louis Keyser, 
of England ; piano avec paroles. 

[12995 
© July 27, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1916 ; E 381541 ;«Louis Keyzer, Paris. 
Chant polonais. See Chopin (F. F.) 
Chasse (La) ; by J. L. Dussek, re- 
vised by Hans Semper, of U. S. ; 
piano. [12996 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390510; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision.] 
Cheeefulness ; arr. by Otto Ebel, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Very first recital 
pieces in treble and bass clefs, no. 
17) [12997 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
±916; E 389036; Chandler-Ebel mu- 
oic co., Brooklyn. 
Cheekily homewaed ; march by F. G. 
Byford, of England-; piano. [12998 
© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 384890; Bosworth & co., 
London. 

Cheeeo, boys, cheeeo ; words by George 
Asaf. music by Felix Powell, of Eng- 
land. [12999 
© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384962; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Cheeey; song from the musical bur- 
lesque, Jingle bells, words by Geo. 
Arthurs, music by Harry M. Vernon, 
of England. [13000 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1916; E 384852; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Chen ten. See Eksotisk suite, 5. 

Chicago, Illinois, looks mighty good 
to me ; words by Jas. J. Kennedy, 
melody by Ernest H. Kellev, arr. by 
Jean Walz, of U. S. [13001 

© June 10, 1916; 2 c. June 24, 
1916 ; E 389787 ; Daniel J. O'Connor, 
Chicago. 



Chin-a-lixg ; a Chinese patrol ; by 
Fred Lax, of U. S. ; op. 10, piano. 

[13002 

© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916 ; E 390317 ; P. J. Lammers, Bal- 
timore. 

Chinese maech : by Matilee Loeb- 
Evans, of U. S. ; piano. [13003 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389796; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Chinese wedding peocession, by Lucius 
Hosmer, arr. by H. F. Odell, of 
U. S. ; mandolin orch. [13004 

© July 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 390272; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Chopin (Feedeeic Feanqois) Chant 
polonais ; my delights — nocturne, 
by F. Chopin, op. 74, no. 5, tran- 
scribed for the piano by Franz 
Liszt; revised with fingering, pedal- 
ing and instructive annotations, by 
Leopold Godowsky, of U. S. ; form, 
structure and harmonic analysis by 
Edgar Stillinan Kelley, of U. S. ; 
biographical sketch, by Emerson 
Whithorne, of U. S. [with recita- 
tion questions.] (Selected edition 
progressive series, grade 4a. no. 
725.) [13005 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 390027; Art publication so- 
ciety, St. Louis. [Copyright is 
claimed on the revision and annota- 
tions.] 

■ Polonaise mil'itaire; by F. Cho- 
pin, op. 40, no. 1, arr. by Veatrice 
Crocker, ed. and fingered by M. 
Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano. [13006 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390548 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on ed. and fingering.] 

■ Polonaise posthume; par Fr. 

Chopin, op. 71, revue et doigtee par 
L. Diemer, of France; pour piano. 
1. En Re mineur, no. 1. 2. En Si 
bemol majeur, no. 2. 3. En Fa 
mineur, no. 3. [13007-13009 

© June 17, 1916; 1 c. each Aug. 
26, 1916; E 384939-384941; Henry 
Lemoine et cie., Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on revision and finger- 
ing.] 



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Chopin (Frederic Francois) — Contd. 

2 em * polonaise, en mi bemol ; par 

Fr. Chopin, op. 22, revue et doigtee 
par L. Diemer, of France ; piano. 

[13010 

© July 19, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 

1916; E 384942; Henry Lemoine & 

co.. Paris. [Copyright is claimed 

on revision and fingering.] 

Christian endeavor battle-cry ; 
words and music by E. W. Taylor, 
of U. S. [13011 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390468; Eyleda Whiting 
Taylor, Greenwich, Conn. 

Christmas bells ; choir music, carol- 
anthem, words from poem by Long- 
fellow, music by J. Sebastian Mat- 
thews, of U. S. 4to. (Church mu- 
sic review no. 434) [13012 
© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 1, 
1916; E 389280; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Christmas dream, a popular Christ- 
mas cantata for the Sunday school 
and the choir ; text by Lizzie De 
Armond ; music by E. S. Lorenz. 
New York, Dayton, O. [etc.] Lo- 
renz publishing co., 1916. 4to. 

[13013 
© Sept. 9, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Sept. 25, 1916; A 436979; Lorenz 
pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Christmas. Eve reverie; by Adam 
Preston [pseud, of Henry S. Saw- 
yer,] of U. S. ; piano. (Happy holi- 
days no. 1680) [13014 
© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916 ; E 390162 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Christmas (A) pastorial ; part song, 
words from Bible, music by T. Ter- 
tius Noble, of England, domiciled 
at N. Y. city. (Church music re- 
view, series of anthems and serv- 
ices no. 439) [13015 
© Sept. 6. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1916; E 389394; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Christmas (The) rose; words by 
Frederick H. Martens, music by 
William Lester, of U. S., op. 66. 
4to. [13016 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1913 ; E 389065; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 



Christmas voices ; a Christmas serv- 
ice, words by E. E. Hewitt and 
others, music by Chas. H. Gabriel 
and others, of U. S. 8vo. [13017 

© Sept. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1916 ; 
E 390692; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Chums ; words by Edward Lockton, 
music by Stanley Gordon, of Great 
Britain; in C. [13018 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 384918; Charles Sheard & 
co., London. 

Church (The) fair; a musical com- 
edy, words by Edith Sanford Tillot- 
son, music by Ira B. Wilson, of U. S. 

[13019 
© Sept. 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1916 ; 
D. 19706; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

Ciel e mare; polka brillante by Robt 
De Socio, of U. S. ; violin or mando- 
lin. [13020 
© Aug. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1916; E 389457; Ferlito & Micalizi 
co., New York. 

Clair de lune. See Massenet (Jules 
Emile Frederic) Prelude. 

Clarissa waltz ; by O. Frohlich, arr. 
by Otto Ebel, of U. S. ; piano. 

[13021 
© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916; E 389487; Chandler-Ebel mu- 
sic co., Brooklyn. 

Classiques favoris. See Beethoven 
(Ludwig van) 

Cloister town ; from Ephrata beauti- 
ful, words and music by D. Royer, of 
U. S., arr. by Lila Mae Shrimp and 
Ad. Stork, of U. S. Ephrata, Eph- 
rata beautiful pub. co. [13022 
© Oct. 9, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390793; David Royer, Ephrata, 
Pa. 

Collection of sacred melodies ; arr. 
by Theo. De Harport, of U. S. ; steel 
guitar. Contents : — 1. The sweet bye 
and bye. 2. Jesus lover of my soul. 
3. Work for the right is coming. 

[13023 
© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916 ; E 390287 ; James F. Roach, 
Cincinnati. 

Colleen (The) I left behind; words 

and music by F. M. Foreman, of 

U. S. [13024 

© 1 c.'July 21, 1916; E 390206; 

Florence McAush Foreman, Chicago. 



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13042 



College plays ; from The two Janes, 
lyric by Ted Robinson, music by 
Max Faethenheuer, of U. S. 

[13025 
© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916 ; E 390397 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

COLLOQUE AU CLAIR DE LUNE. See 

Piek-Mangiagalli (Riccardo). Deux 
lunaires, no. 1. 

Columbtne; valse by Carol Sherman, 
of U. S. ; pf. [13026 

© Oct 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389822; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Come; a passion song, words and mu- 
sic by W, B. Davy, of U. S. [13027 
© Sept. 2, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389343; William B. Davy, 
Chicago. 

Come along to Caroline; words by 
Will J. Harris, music by Abe Olman, 
of U. S. [13028 

© June 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1916 ; E 389255 ; La Salle music pub- 
lishers, Chicago. 

Come back, let's be sweethearts 
once more ; words and music by C. 
K. Harris, of U. S. [13029 

© Aug. 7, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 1, 
1916 ; E 389285 ; Charles K. Harris, 
New York. 

Come back some day ; words by Ed. 
Teschemacher, music by Arthur P. 
Tate, of Great Britain ; no. 3 in D 
flat. [13030 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916 ; 
E 384854; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

Come back to Atlanta, old Georgia's 
pride ; words and music by I. Hol- 
lingsworth, of U. S. [13031 

© Oct. 9, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390785 ; Ida Hollingsworth, College 
Park, Ga. 

Come back to me; the different 
Hawaiian love song, [words by Ar- 
mand Winfield Allyn], music by The 
Allyns. of U. S. [13032 

© Sept. 27, 1916: 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916; E 389672; The Allyns, New 
York. 

Come back to me, my love ; words by 
S. Henry, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [13033 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390736; I 
Sadie Henry, Ridgewood, N. J. 



Come back to old Madrid ; words and 

music by J. Burnett, of U. S., arr. 

by Paul Pratt, of U. S. [13034 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390137; 

Jack Burnett, Chicago. 

Come back to Wai-ki-ki ; words by 
Roger Lewis, music by Abe Olman, 
of U. S. [13035 

© Sept. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1916 ; 
E 390700; Forster music publisher, 
inc., Chicago. 

Come boys, let's get ready ; words by 
Harry Pearson, music by Carl 
Meuhling [pseud, of Ethel Fisher] 
of U. S. [13036 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1916; E 389113; 
Harry Pearson, Billings, Montana. 

Come into the garden of sunshine; 

words by J. B. Robinson, music bv 

E. S. S. Huntington of U. S. [13037 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390118; 

J. B. Robinson, E. St. Louis, 111. 

Come near, ye nations ; words from 
Bible, music by Geo. Marks Evans, 
of U. S. 8vo. (Arthur P. Schmidt's 
Christmas music fourth series.) 

[13038 
© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1916 ; E 389479 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Come on down to rag-time town ; 
from The big show, words by John 
L. Golden, music by Raymond Hub- 
bell, of U. S. [13039 
© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1916; E 389572; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Come out and spoon 'neath the mel- 
low moon ; words and music by J. E. 
Mullaly, of U. S. [13040 

© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 389561; John E. Mullaly, 
Worcester, Mass. 

Come, take a ride in my Overland ; 
words and music by J. C. Palmer, of 
U. S. ; arr. by F. H. Knapp of U. S. 

[13041 
© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 
E 389433; Jay. C. Palmer, Cincin- 
nati. 

Come unto Me; part song, music by 
Ruth B. Rodgers, of U. S. 4to. (In 
Church music review, series of 
anthems and services no 441.) 

[13042 

© Sept. 2, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1916; 
E 389358 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 



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Come unto Me — Continued. 

short anthem, composed by F. R. 

Rickman, of Great Britain, op. 77; 
mixed voices, with organ ad lib. 

[13043 
© Aug. 11, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1916: E 384855; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

Come wandering sheep ! Oh, come ; 
sacred song, words by Luis de Gon- 
gora y Argote, translated by John 
Bowring, of U. S., music by Le Roy 
M. Rile, of U. S. [13044 

© Oct. 6, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916; 
E 389892 ; Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York. 

Comedy ; by Montague Ewing, of Eng- 
land ; piano. (Silhouettes, 1st selec- 
tion, no. 3 ; Royal college edition, 
no. 99.) [13045 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384822 ; Gould & co., London. 

Confetti ; petite valse sentimentale by 
Ludwig Renk, of U. S., op. 2, no. 3 ; 
pf. (Varied scenes, no. 3). [13046 
© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4. 1916; 
E 389814; Theo. Presser co., Phida- 
delphia. 

Connecticut college song; music by 
E. T. Crawford, of U. S. ; piano. 

[13047 
© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390711; 
Ella Tichenor Crawford, N. Y. 

CONSCRITS (LES) DE LA CLASSE 17; 

chanson-mar che sur l'air de la c& 
lebre marche Italienne, 'E bersa- 
gliere, paroles de Iopas, musique de 
Ed Di Capua, of France; chant et 
piano. [13048 

© Sept. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916 ; 
E 385017 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Consolation (La) ; by J. L. Dussek, 
op. 62. revised by Hans Semper, of 
U. S. ; piano. [13049 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390511; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision.] 

Coquette ; by Montague Ewing, of 
England; piano. (Silhouettes, 1st 
selection, no. 2 ; Royal college edi- 
tion no. 99.) [13050 
© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384821 ; Gould & co., London. 

Coquette dance ;. by Leslie W. Abbott, 
of U. S., op. 3 ; piano. [13051 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 38 % 9834; Theo.. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



Coronation march. See Mayerbeer 
( Giacomo ) 

Cortege oriental ; di Louis Ganne, is- 
trumentazione di Arturo Diana, of 
Italy, per banda ; grancle partitura. 
(Biblioteca dei corpi di musica, 
116772, serie xxix n. 368.) [13052 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384802 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Cotton town ; words and music by 
Stanley Murphy and Harry Puck, of 
U. S. [13053 

© Aug. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1916 ; 
E 389248 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

Country frolic ; by J. Handrock, arr. 
and simplified by Franz Hoffmann, 
of U. S. ; piano. [13054 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23. 
1916; E 389164; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Country gardens ; mock morris, by 
Auguste Cons, of England ; piano 
solo. (Morris dances, no. 3; Royal 
college edition, no. 86..) [13055 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 1 c . Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 3S4826 ; Gould & co. London. 

Country life ; a set of easy dances, by 
Ernest Newton, of Great Britain; 
piano. Contents : — 1. The gipsy 
dance. — 2. The dairy maid's dance. — 
3. The tinker's dance. — 4. The wag- 
oner's dance. — 5. The hunter's dance. 

[13056 
© July 5, 1916 : 1 c. July 20, 1916 ; 
E 384917 ; Joseph Williams ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Cradle song (Wiegenlied) ; by C. 

Bohm, op. 250, no. 2, ed. and fingered 

by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano, 

four hands. [13057 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916 ; E 390552 ; Century music pub. 

co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 
See also Ronald (Landon) Four 

songs of innocence, no. 3. 
Crater Lake march ; by E. C. Root, 

of U. S. ; piano. Medford, Ore., Fred 

Alton Haight co. [13058 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 22, 

1916; E 390457; Edward Charles 

Root, Medford, Ore. 
Craze (The) ; words and music by E. 

K. Calvert, of U. S. [13059 

© 1 c. Sept. 30, 1916; E 389694; 

Everette K. Calvert, Santa Monica, 

Cal. 



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13076 



Credo. See Missa de Angelis. 

Creep, ceeep, the world's asleep; 
words and music by Victor L. 
Schertzinger and Milton E. 
Schwartzwald. of U. S. [13060 

© Sept. 16. 1916: 2 c. Sept. 16. 
1916 ; E 3S950T : Leo Feist, inc.. New 
York. 

Crescent (The) moon; by Colin Tay- 
lor, of Great Britain: pianoforte 
suite. Contents : — 1. The sleep- 
stealer. — 2. Boats. — 3. Baby's world. 

[13061 
© July IS, 1916 : 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 384801: Alfred Lengnick & co., 
London. 

Crown Him with many crowns ; 
words anon, music by Murray C. 
French, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 
(Octavo edition. Sacred series, no. 
1233.) [13062 

© Aug. 29. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916; E 390029; Clayton F. Summy 
co.. Chicago. 

Crucified : words by Ina Duley Ogdon, 
music bv B. D. Ackley. of U. S. 

[13063 
© Aus. 18. 1916: 2 c. Aug. 21. 
1916; E 389078; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

Cry (The) of the wolf; an American 
opera in one act. words by C. C. Par- 
ker, music by Clifford Elmore, of U. 
S. [13064 

© 1 c. Sept. 23, 1916; D 19703; 
Clifford Elmore Parker, New York. 

Cuckoo (The) : words and music by 
Florence J. Fitch, of Great Britain; 
voice and piano. [13065 

© Aug. 15. 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26. 
1916; E 3S4920; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Cuckoo song : words and music by 
Mae Aileen Erb, of U. S. ; op. 16. 
no. 4. [13066 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390504; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Curlylocks ; words by F. C. Smith, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [13067 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390756; 

Floy Crosby Smith, Fairoaks, Cal. 

Cut it out ; words and music bv B. A. 
Falls, of U. S. [13068 

© 1 c. Sept. 23, 1916; E 389660; 
Billy A. Falls, Rochester, N. Y. 



Da wird man zum dichter; lied aus 
der operette, Die erste frau, text von 
A. M. Willner and R. Oesterreicher, 
musik von Heinrich Reinhardt ; ge- 
sang unci piano. [13069 

© Oct. 22, 1915 : 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381273; Eibenschiitz & Bert§, 
Vienna. 

Daddy Tim O'Hare : words and music 

by F. Burnett Bond, of U. S. [13070 

© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916: E 390567: Frederic B. Bond, 

Worcester. 

Dainty midgets : gavotte style, by 
Otto Hackh, of U. S. ; piano. [13071 
© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916; E 389489: Chandler-Ebel mu- 
sic co., Brooklyn. 

Dainty Winifred St. Claire ; words 
and music, by F. A. Winkler, of U. S. 

[13072 
© Aug. 12. 1916: 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916: E 389035; Winkler pub. co., 
Trenton, N. J. 

Dairymaid's (The) dance. See Coun- 
try life, no. 2. 

Daisies and the old church bell ; 

words bv M. A. Gisin. music by E. 

S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [13073 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389739; 

Martha A. Gisin, Wellsboro, Pa. 

Dance (The) ; four-part song, words 
from the Norwegian of Fr. Paludan- 
Miiller by Nathan Haskell Dole, of 
U. S., music by Gustav Helsted ; 
women's voices, piano four-hand ace. 

[13074 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916; E 389629; Boston music co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

English version of text.] 

Dance (The) around the green tree; 
waltz, by Mari Paldi. of U. S. ; piano. 

[13075 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1916 ; 
E 389326; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Dance caprice. See Three fancy 
pieces, no. 2. 

Dance introduction no. 1 ; by V. 

Spadea, of U. S. ; piano. [13076 

© Sept. 27, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 

1916: E 390612; V. Spadea, New 

York. 



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Dance o' the Dollys ; by Milton Ager, 

of U. S. ; piano. [13077 

© Sept. 27, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 

1916 ; E 390640 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 

Fox-trot, by Milton Ager, arr. by 

D. Onivas, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[13078 
© Sept. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1916 ; 
E 390106 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Dance of gnomes (gnomentanz) ; by 
August Noelck, of Germany ; piano. 

[13079 
© Aug. 21, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389098; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Dance (The) of May; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by F. S. 
Breville-Smith, of Great Britain. 

[13080 
© Aug. 17, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1916 ; E 384987 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Dance of the leaves ; by Francesco B. 
De Leone, of U. S. ; op 19, no 2, 
piano. [13081 

© Sept. 21, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1916; E 389653; W. B. Hasey, 
Boston. 

Dance (A) on the geeen ; by Clement 
M. Spurling, of England, op. 11 ; 
pianoforte. (Our village in Summer, 
no. 2.) [13082 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 384785; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Dance on the lawn ; by Carl Wil- 
helm Kern, of U. S., op. 318, no. 3; 
piano. (Miniature dances for young 
pianists, no. 3). [13083 

© May 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916; E 389524; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Dans la foete. See Schumann (Pv. A.) 

Danse bacchanale. See Saint-Saens 
(C. C.) 

Danse (La) d'Olaf. See Pick-Man- 
giagalli (Riccardo) Deux lunaires, 
no. 2. 

Danse gbacieuse ; by P. I. Jacoby, of 
U. S.. [arr. by Earl C. Sharp, of 
U. S.] ; flute solo with piano ace. 

[13084 

© 1 c. Sept 28, 1916; E 390637; 
Philip I. Jacoby, San Francisco. 



Danseuse (La). See Mosaics no. 5. 

Danza al minuetto; by Y. Spadea, of 

U. S. ; piano. [13085 

© Sept. 27. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 

1916; E 390613; Y. Spadea, New 

York. 

Darby and Joan ; an old English idyll, 
by J. H. Foulds, of England, op. 42, 
no. 1 ; duet for violin and 'cello, with 
ace. for string orchestra & piano 
concl. [13086 

© July 20, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 381459 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Darling mother and home ; words 

by M. M. Clark, music bv Harold 

B. Clark. [13087 

© 1 c. Oct. 10, 1916; E 389906; 

Margaret M. Clark, Newport, Pa. 

Daughter of the eegiment. See 
Donizetti (Gaetano) 

Dawn (The) ; by P. A. Engle, of U. 
S. ; piano. [13088 

© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1916; E 390596; 
Prise A. Engle, Carlos, Ind. 

Dawn and dusk; words by Rex Fos- 
ter, music by Henry Ferry, of Great 
Britain. [13089 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384921; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Day (A) dream; words by E. M. 

Nalle, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [13090 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390112; 

E. M. Nalle, Leesburg, Ya. 

Day (The) of best; anthem, music 
by W. F. Sudds, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Anthems for mixed 
voices, no. 12982). [13091 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Sept.. 21, 
1916; E 389526; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Day ( The ) of the soldiee boy ; words 
by Wm. H. Barter, music by M. 
L. Flinn. of U. S. [13092 

© 1 c. Sept. 7, 1916; E 389391; 
Miriam Leonard Flinn, Winthrop, 
Mass. 

De tysta sangeena ; dikt av E. A. 
Karlfeldt, musik av Ruben Lilje- 
fors, of Sweden, for en rost och 
piano. (Sanger, no. 1.) [13093 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 6. 
1916; E 385089; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 



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13109 



Dear little by-gone smile ; words by 
David Allan, music by Dave Allan 
and Bob Allan, of U. S. [13094 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 389091 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. 

Dear little maid; That is my wish 
for you ; words by Harold Vesey 
Darner, music by Francis Adair, of 
England. [13095 

© July 28. 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381597; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Dear little mother in the dear old 
motherland ; words by Arthur 
Sharman, music by Herman Darew- 
ski, of England. [13096 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384954; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Dear mother how I miss you; words 

by L. Wagner, music by J. E. An- 

dino, of U. S. [13097 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390621; 

Leonard Wagner, Cleveland. 

Dear old Bath on the blue Illinois ; 

words and music by H. W. Teney, 

of U. S. [13098 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389594; 

H. W. Teney, Lake Fork, 111. 

Dear old Florida land ; words and 
music by O. E. Renner, of U. S. 
New York, Samuel H. Speck. [13099 
© June 25, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 2, 
1916; E 390693; Ora E. Renner. 
Fayetteville, Ark. 

Dear (The) old log cabin days; 
words by C. and M. L. R. Griffin, 
music by Robert Van Sickle, of 
U. S. Renfrew, Griffins music pub- 
lishers. [13100 
© Oct. 9, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390786 ; Chas. and M. L. R. Griffin. 
Renfrew, Pa. 

Dear old Michigan ; words by F. K. 
Young, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [13101 
© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390371; 
Frank K. Young, St. John's, Mich. 

L>ear voice I love ; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Fred. Royle. of 
Great Britain; no. 1 in B flat. 

[13102 
© July 21, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 384896; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 



Dearest thing in all the world ; 
words and music by Nancy Glat- 
felter, of U. S. [13103 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390125; 
Mrs. H. E. Glatfelter, Central City, 
Neb. 

Dearie ; words by G. H. W. Cloud, 
music by L. A. Clark, of U. S. 

[13104 

© 1 c. Sept. 21, 1916; E 389536; 

George H. W. Cloud, Coatesville, Pa. 

Death and the warrior ; words by 
Edward F. Smith, German trans, by 
Max Heinrich. music by Max Hein- 
rich, of U. S., op. 39 ; scena for 
tenor and bass with piano ace. 

[13105 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389121; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Debt (A) ; words and melody by John 
Russell, of Great Britain; arr. by 
H. F. for treble voices & piano ace. 
(Two-part songs, 4th series, no. 5.) 

[13106 
© Aug. 5, 1916; 1 c. July 20, 
1916; E 384916; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

Deep Eddy; one step, composed by 
Mabelle Harn, of U. S., arr. by Phil. 
Epstein, of U. S. ; piano. Austin, 
Tex., Mabelle Harn. [13107 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390355; Miss L. Harn, 
Austin, Tex. 

Deep in a rose's glowing heart. See 
Nevin (Ethelbert) 

Deep river ; old negro melody arr. by 
H. T. Burleigh, orch. arr. by J. Louis 
von der Mehden, jr., of U. S. ; orch. 
4to. [13108 

© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916; E 390414; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Delibes (Clement Philbert Leo) Ma- 
zurka de Coppelia ; par L. Delibes, 
of France, soigneusement transcrits, 
pour violon soul. 4to. (Choix de 
grands succes, no. 6.) [13109 

© July 27, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 384911; Heugeletcie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion.] 



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Delibes (Clement Philbeet Leo) — 
Continued. 

Pizzicato polka ; from Sylvia, by 

Leo Delibes, arr. by Louis Tocaben, 
of U. S. ; full mandolin orch. [13110 
© Aug. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1916; E 390419; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Dem sturme gleich im eichenwald. 
See Kampfruf. 

Dere reward will be immense ; words 
and music by E. Vannest-Krull, of 
U. S. [13111 

© 1 c. Sept. 14, 1916; E 389537; 
Edna Vannest-Krull, Valley Junct., 
la. 

Descriptive table, for the Ideal clar- 
inet Boehm system ; postgraduate 
technical studies, by H. L. Le Roy, 
of France, for the clarinet. [13112 
© June 17, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916 ; E 384925 ; Henri Leon Le Roy, 
Paris. 

Desert (A) song; by Ernest H. Shep- 
pard, of U. S. organ, 8vo. obi. (Re- 
cital pieces for organ played by 
American and European artists, 
fourth series.) [13113 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1916 ; 
E 389332; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Dew (The) is on the clover; words 
by William Lucius Graves, music by 
C. Whitney Combs, of U. S. ; high, or 
medium voice. [13114 

© Oct. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1916 ; 
E 389777; G. Schirmer, inc., New 
York. 

Dialogue of the woodland sprites ; 
by Anna Priscilla Risher, of U. S. ; 
op. 10, no. 8, piano. [13115 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390498; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Diamond eyes ; words by J. A. Mills, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [13116 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390739; 

John A. Mills, Lutesville, Mo. 

Dias felices ; paso doble, por Enrique 
Navarro, arr. de A. Macias C, of 
Mexico, domiciled at El Paso, Tex. ; 
piano. [13117 

© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916 ; E 390684 ; Eclmundo C. Ar- j 
giielles, El Paso, Tex. ! 



Did you know ; words by Mrs. R. L. 
Hampton, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [13118 
© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390121; 
Mrs. R. L. Hampton, Fitzgerald, Ga. 

Die oder keine ; grosses potpourri, 
nach motiven der operette von Ed- 
mund Eysler, arr. von B. Bersa, of 
Austria ; klavier zu zwei handen, 
mit uberlegtem text. [13119 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381300; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky) Leipzig. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Dimples ; foxtrot, by P. Gilmore, of 
IT. S. piano [13120 

© 1 c. Sept 26, 1916; E 389582; 
Paul Gilmore, Huntington, Pa. 

Dio ti adoro; by V. Farina, of U. S. ; 

1st mandolin or violin. [13121 

© Sept. 28, 1916 ; 1 c. Oct. 2, 1916 : 

1 c. Oct. 6, 1916 ; E 390771 ; Vincenzo 

Farina, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Diplomacy; march by H. L. King, of 

U. S. ; band. 4to. [13122 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916; E 390575; C. L. Barnhouse, 

Oskaloosa, la. 

Dixie's call ; words by Albert C. Don- 
ovan, music by L. C. Dobson, of U. S. 

[13123 

Dixie's where I'm going ; words by A. 
Jackson, music by E. S. S. Hunting 
ton, of U. S. [13124 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 3S9754; 
Allie Jackson, Sacramento, Cal, 

© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390436; 
Leslie Charles Dobson, Chicago. 

Does Jesus really care; words and 
music by N. S. Lowe, of U. S. ; with 
pipe organ arrangement. [13125 

© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1916; E 399591; 
Nettie Schneider Lowe, Lawrence- 
burg, Ind. 

Dog (A) walk, down where the nig- 
gers walk the dog ; cabaret song, 
words by Bettie Tilford, music by 
John S. Caldwell, of U. S.,« arr. by 
Phil. Epstein, of U. S. [13126 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916: E 390360; J. R. Reed music 
pub. co. Austin, Tex. 

Don Carlos. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 



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no. 10, 1916 



13144 



Don Juan's serenade ; poem by Alexis 
Tolstoi. English version by Stewart 
A. Trench, music by G. Korganov, 
ed. by J. M. Medvedieff, of Russia, 
domiciled at New York. [13127 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389070; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing] 

Donderbeck ; words by G. A. Mueller, 
music by Harold B. Roland, of U. S. 

[13128 
© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389155; 
G. A. Mueller, Spokane, Wash. 

Donizetti (Gaetano) Daughter (The) 
of the regiment ; by G. Donizetti, ed. 
by Emil Kreuz, of England. 1. 
Violino I.— 2. Yiolino II.— 3. Viola. 
4. Violoncello and basso. [13129 

© Aug. 24, 1916; 1 c. each Aug. 
25, 1916; E 381608; Novello & co., 
ltd., London. 

• Honor and love to soldiers ; text 

and arr. of music by Walter H. 
Aiken, of TJ. <6., music by G. Doni- 
zetti. 4to. (Willis collection, no. 
174) [13130 

© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916; E 390392; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on text and arrangement.] 

Donkey (The) and shay; words by 

Mrs. J. Sarchet, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [13131 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390257; 

Mrs. Joanna Sarchet, Butte, Mont. 

Don't be a jingo ; words by M. E. Mc- 
Laughlin, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [13132 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389597; 
M. E. McLaughlin, Portsmouth, O. 

Don't break your mother's heart 
when she's old ; words and music 
by W. J. Hopper, of U. S. [13133 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916 ; E 390390 ; Wm. J. Hopper, Mt. 
Vernon, 111. 

Don't cry Dolly Grey ; words by 
Alfred Bryan, music by Herman 
Paley, of U. S. [13134 

© Aug. 29. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1916; E 390340; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 



Don't fail your land ; words by J. C. 

Mulcahy, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [13135 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390744; 

J. C. Mulcahy, Nezperce, Id. 

Don't hurry; words by Ada Leonora 
Harris, music by Wilfred Sanderson, 
Great Britain, no. 3 in F. [13136 

© July 25, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 384898; Boosey & co., 
London. 

Don't let a stain be on our flag; 
words by Mrs. B. C. Hartman, mu- 
sic by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [13137 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389587; 
Mrs. B. C. Hartman, Nyack, N. Y. 

Don't tread on me; words and music 

by A. M. Spring, of U. S. [13138 

© Sept. 18, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20. 

1916; E 389563; Anna Malazina 

Spring, E. Northfield, Mass. 

Doodle (The) bug's charm. See Bee- 
bag (The) 

Doodle-de-dum ; by C. L. Johnson, of 

U. S. ; piano. [13139 

© Sept. 19, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 

1916; E 389558; Chas. L. Johnson 

music co., Kansas City, Mo. 

Doppo gorizia ; versi di F. Taiani, mu- 
sica di C. Monzillo, of IT. S. ; man- 
dolino. [13140 

© Oct. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1916 ; 
E 389856; Costabile Monzillo and 
Francesco Taiani, New York. 

Dorf-Caruso (Der) ; schwank-operette 
in einem vorspiel und zwei akten. 
text von Karl Dorf und Toni 
Thorns, musik von Toni Thorns, of 
Germany ; Klavier-auszug mit text. 

[13141 
© Apr. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381332; Kollo-verlag, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 

Doris, waltz by Henry Weyts of Bel- 
gium, op. 700. 1. Piano duet. 2. 
Piano solo. [13132, 13143 

© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. each Aug. 1, 
1916; E 381454, 381455; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Dorothy Dainty ; waltzes by C. Fiore, 

of U. S., arr., by Frank C. Harmack, 

of U. S.; piano. [13144 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389170; 

Charles Fiore, Portland, Ore. 



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13145 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Doux enfant ; words and music by 
Laura H. P. Robinson, of U. S. 

[13145 
© Oct. 3, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1916; 
E 389765; Laura H. P. Robinson, 
Keokuk, la. 

Down by the Rio Grande; words by 
Chas. and M. L. R. Griffin, music by 
Robert Van Sickle, of U. S. Ren- 
shew, Griffins music publishers. 

[13146 
© Oct. 9, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390789 ; Chas. and M. L. R. Griffin, 
Renshew, Pa. 

Down in Chattanooga, Tennessee, 
sweetheart nell is waiting for 
me ; words by A. E. Schertzinger, 
music by Carl Muehling [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher] of U. S. [13147 

© 1 c. Sept. 30, 1916; E 389692; 
Arthur Schertzinger, Chicago. 

Down in Honky Tonky town ; words 
and music by Chas. McCarron and 
Chris. Smith, of U. S. [13148 

© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1916; E 389262; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

Down in sugar cane lane ; words and 
music by Chris. Smith and Cecil 
Mack, of U. S. [13149 

© Sept. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1916 ; 
E 389349; Maurice Richmond music 
co., inc., New York. 

Down 'long the old bay shore ; 
words and music by H. P. Lombard, 
of U. S. [13150 

© Sept. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389383; Harlan P. Lombard, 
North Eastham, Mass. 

Down on the Rio Grande ; poem by 

G. H. Vinton, music by Raymond A. 

Browne, of U. S. [13151 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390600; 

George H. Vinton, Syracuse, N. Y. 

Down where the water lilies grow ; 
words by Clifford Grey, music by 
T. C. Sterndale Bennett, of England. 

[13152 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381583; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Dream-castles ; by Brian Hope, arr. 
by Albert W. Ketelbey, of England ; 
full orchestra, with piano conductor. 
4to. [13153 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1916-.; E 384908; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 



Dream (The) girl; reverie by Lud- 
wig Renk, of U. S., op. 2, no. 5 ; pf. 
(Varied scenes, no. 6). [13154 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389820; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Dream of the old folks, laddie; 
words by Edward Lockton, music by 
Ernest Harding of England; no. 2 
in E flat. [13155 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384967; Francis, Day & 
Hunter. London. 

Dream of the shepherdess ; by Aug. 
Lalrtsky, op. 45, arr. by M. Green- 
wald of U. S ; violin and piano. 

[13156 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916; E 390558; Century music co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Dreaming, dreaming ; words by L. 

Stern, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [13157 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390254; 

Leo Stern, New York. 

Dreaming of home ; words by G. H. 
Paddock, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [13158 
© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 389758; 
George H. Paddock, Duluth, Minn. 

Dreaming to-night of you; words by 

B. Tolbert, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [13159 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389143; 

Bessie Tolbert, McClellandtown, Pa. 

Dreamland ; words & music by I. H. 

Bullers, of U. S. [13160 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 6, 

1916; E 390128; Isaac H. Bullers. 

Lincoln, Neb. 

Dreamland girl ; words by Russell 
Edgar Smith, music by J. G. Sco- 
ville, of U. S. No. 3 in E flat. 

[13161 
© Sept. 10, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916; E 390402; Joseph G. Scoville, 
Ogden, Utah. 

Dreams ; words by J. G. G., music by 

I. A. P. Sawyer, of U. S. [13162 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 17, 

1916; E 389048; I. A. P. Sawyer, 

Hartford. 

Dreimaderlhaus. See Schubert (F. 
P.) 



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13178 



Dr KANNST NICHT LIEBEN, KANNST 

nicht kussen ; walzer-romanze, aus 
der opcrette, Liebeszauber, text von 
Victor Leon, musik von Oscar 
Straus, of Austria ; gesang und 
piano. [13163 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381289; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky ) , Leipzig. 

DU SOLLST DER KAISER MEINER SEELE 

sein ; lied aus der operette. Der 
favorit, text von Fritz Griinbaum 
and Wilhelm Sterk, musik von Rob- 
ert Stolz. of Austria : gesang u. 
piano. [13164 j 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381214 ; Drei masken verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Munich. 

DU SUSSES GtTLASCHMAGDELEIN ; duett 

aus Wenn zwei hochzeit machen, ein 
scherzspiel mit gesang in 4 bildern, 
text von Rudolf Bernauer u. Ru- 
dolph Schanzer, musik von Walter 
Kollo. arr. von Otto Lindemann, of 
Germany ; salonor Chester. [13165 
© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 385080 ; Drei masken verlag, 
g. m. b. h.. Munich. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Ducky daddles ; by H. F. Odell, op. 
56 of U. S. ; banjo solo. C notation. 

[13166 
© Sept. 9, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916; E 389493: H. F. Odell & co., 
Boston. 

Dusk ; part song, words from the Rus- 
sian by Nathan Haskell Dole, of 
U. S., music by A. Gretchaninof, 
mixed voices. (Choral music series 
23. no. 918) [13167 

© Sept. 22, 1916: 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 389628; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
English translation] 

Eastern states exposition march ; by 

G. Call, of U. S. ; piano. [13168 

© Oct. 5, 1916 : 2 c. Oct. 7.' 1916 ; 

E 390775 ; Guy Call, Longmeadow, 

Mass. 

Echo ; words by F. Williams, music bv 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [13169 
© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1916; E 390811; 
Fred Williams, Pittsburgh. 

Eco (L'). See Primavera in val di 
sole, no. 4. 



Ecologue. See Liszt (Franz) 



E'en as a lily, pure and undefiled; 
words by Beryl Thomas, music by 
William G. James, of England ; no. 3 
in C. [13170 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 381574 ; Swan & co., Watson 
& Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Eksotisk suite; af Alf Hurum, of 
Norway op. 9, for violin og piano. 
Contents : — Rektah. — Tsin-tsin-fa. — 
Ma-ma hau ming-pai. — Rag darbare 
kandra. — Cheu teu. — Yed indgangen 
til Confucius tempel. [13171 

© May 10, 1916; 1 c. June 15, 
1916; E 384970; Alf Hurum, Chris- 
tiania, Norway. 

Elegy ; by George Henschel of Eng- 
land, op. 64; violin and piano. 

[13172 
© July 14, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1916; E 381561; G. Schirmer, ltd., 
London. 

Elfin bells. See Winter sketches. 

Elizabeth from Elizabeth ; words 

and music by Russell Raymond 

Voorhees, of U. S. [13173 

© July 29. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 12, 

1916; E 388943; Charlotte M. J. 

Hartkopf, Irvmgton, N. J. 
Elves; by Mari Paldi, of U. S. ; 

piano. [13174 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 

1916 : E 389329 ; White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 

Emerald ; waltz by Julius S. Serady, 
arr. by L. Tocaben, of U. S. 1. 
Mandolin orch. 2. Orch. (Pro- 
gressive mandolin orch. edition, 
no. 21). [13175,13176 

© Aug. 5. 1916 ; 2 c. each Sept. 13. 
1916; E 390266, 390267; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement]. 

En revant ; morceau caracteristique, 
no. 3, des Aquarelles, musique de J. 
Burgmein, istrumentazione di Felice 
Longo, of Italy, per banda ; grande 
partitura. (Bibliateca dei Corpi di 
musica, serie NNIX no. 367.) 

[13177 
© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384818 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Enamel (The) school no. 6. for the 
Hawaiian guitar ; by D. Mansfield, 
of U. S. [13178 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18. 
1916: E 389056; Dudley Mansfield, 
New York. 



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Enchanteess (The) ; valse grotesque, 
by Carl Bohm, of Germany, op. 399, 
no. 2 ; violin and piano. [13179 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1916; 
E 381451; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Endure to conquer ; Britannia's 
watchword, quick march arr. by J. 
Ord Hume, of Great Britain; band. 
4to. (Boosey's march journal, no. 
310.) [13180 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 384892; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

■ overture, by Sydney Baynes, arr. 

by Shipley Douglas, of Great Brit- 
ain; military band. (Supplemental 
journal, no. 148.) [13181 

© Aug. 4, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384903 ; Swan & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Ensi lumi (La premiere neige) ; par 
Ilmari Hannikainen, op. 11b, bear- 
beitel V. A. Kleinecke, of Germany; 
piano. (Tunnelmia < Impressions > 
no. 5.) [13182 

© Mar. 7. 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381229; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement. ] 

Entreaty; a ballad, words and music 
by Jas. A. King, of U. S. ; male 
voices. 4to. [13183 

© Sept. 22. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390518; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Eroticon ; by Adolf Jensen, revised by 
Hans Semper, of U. S. [13184 

© Sept. 5. 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390490; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision.] 

Erste (Die) frau ; operette in drei 
akten, von A. M. Willner und R. 
Oesterreicher, musik von Heinrich 
Bernhardt, arr. von Franz Kopriva, 
of Austria ; klavierauszug zu zwei 
handen mit iiberlegtem text. [13185 
© Oct. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381275; Eibenschutz & 
Berte, Vienna. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Es hat der selige Offenbach ; paro- 
distisches lied, aus der operette, 
Liebeszauber, text von Victor Leon, 
musik von Oscar Straus, of Austria ; 
gesang unci piano. [13186 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381290; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 



Es ist ntjr ein, du; duett aus der 
operette, Der favorit, text von Fritz 
Grunbaum und Wilhelm Sterk, mu- 
sik von Robert Stolz, of Austria. 

[13187 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381211 ; Drei masken verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Munich. 

Es war in der vorstadt ; lied aus der 
operette, Die erste frau, text von 
A. M. Willner u. R. Oesterreicher, 
musik von Heinrich Reinhardt : 
gesang und piano c ' [13188 

© Oct. 22, mi5; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381271; Eibenschutz & 
Berte, Vienna. 

Es zogen drei bursche; dramatisches 
lied, by E. O. Schaaf, of U. S. ; in- 
strumental. [13189 
© 1 c. Oct. 12, 1916; E 389913; 
Edward O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Etelka; mazurka, by Otto Hackh, of 
U. S. ; piano. [13190 

© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916; E 389488; Chandler-Ebel mu- 
sic co., Brooklyn. 

Etude en forme de valse. See Saint- 
Saens (C. C.) 

Etude triomphale ; par G. Agambati 
(oeuvre posth.) of Italy, pour piano. 

[13191 
© Sept. 7, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 8. 
1916; E 385019; G. Ricordi & co.. 
Milan. 

Etuden fur das pianoforte. See 
Scharwenka (F. X.) 

Evelyn ; waltz, by F. Heltman, of U. 

S. ; piano. [13192 

© Aug. 16. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18. 

1916; E 389050; Fred Heltman co.. 

Cleveland. 

Evening (Soir) ; by Gabriel Faure\ 
transcribed by Albert Stoessel. of 
U. S. ; violin and piano. [13193 

© ,.Sept. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 389632; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription for violin and piano.] 

Evening hymn. See Mosaics, no. 6. 

Evening prayer; sacred song; words 
by Margaret E. Sangster, jr., music 
by J. S. Fearis, of U. S. ; unison 
song, 4to. [13194 

© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11. 
1916 ; E 390190 ; J. S. Fearis & bro., 
Chicago. 



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Evening reverie ; by Leslie W. Abbott, 

of U. S., op. 2; piano. [13195 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31, 

1916; E 390055; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Evening song valse; by Richards, 
arr. by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Old favorites arranged in 
dance form no. 14012) [13196 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389801; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Every day; words by W. C. Poole, 
music by B. D. Ackley, of U. S. 

[13197 
© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389086; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

Everybody'd like to name our baby ; 
words by G. L. Cooperrider, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[13198 
© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389139; 
Grace L. Cooperrider, Glenford, O. 

Everything for mother not a word 
for poor old dad; words by C. Mc- 
Gill, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [13199 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389721; 
Chas. McGill, Lilly, Pa. 

Evolution (The) of Dixie; a fan- 
tasia, by M. L. Lake, of U. S. ; band. 
(U. S. military band journal, no. 
218.) [13200 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1916; E 390420; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

. orch. [13201 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 390269; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Ev'ry girl is doing her bit; words 
and music by R. P. Weston and Bert 
Lee, of England. [13202 

© July 28. 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381589; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Ev ; ry little while ; Song f roni the 
vaudeville production, Some, words 
by Clifford Harris, music by Jas. W. 
Tate, of England. [13203. 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384961; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Ev'ry night. See Nevin (Ethelbert) 



Exaltation ; by Clarence Dickinson, 
of U. S. 1. violin, violoncello, harp 
(or piano) and organ. 2. Harp or 
piano parts. 3. violin part. 4. 
violoncello part. [13204-13207 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21. 
1916 ; E 389532-389535. H. W. Gray 
co., New York. 

Eyes have a language of their own ; 
from Betty, words by Benjamin 
Hapgood Burt, music by Silvio Hein. 
of U. S. [13208 

© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; E 390331; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Eyes that burn blue ; words and mu- 
sic by Lionel Monckton, of Great 
Britain. [13209 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1916 ; E 381618 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Fair and warmer; fox trot by W. C. 

Steely, of U. S. ; piano. [13210 

© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 

1916; E 389676; Walter C. Steely, 

Chicago. 

Fairy (The) and the woodman; by 
Anna Priscilla Risher, of U. S. ; op. 
10, no. 7, piano. [13211 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390497; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Fairy harp; air de ballet by George 
Dudley Martin, of U. S. ; pf. 

[13212 
© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389811; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Fairy (A) lullaby. See Shadow pic- 
tures. 

Falling snow. See Winter sketches. 

Famous ukulele solos; a collection 
of popular Hawaiian songs arr. in 
chart form by Dave E. Langlands, of 
U. S. 4to. [13213 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 390759 ; Southern California music 
co., Los Angeles. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement]. 

Fanfare militaire ; by Theo. Hoch, of 
U. S. ; B flat cornets, E flat altos, 
and B flat ten. treble clef, trombones 
or bar., E flat tubas with drum part 
ad lib, ob. 24mo. [13214 

© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25. 
1916; E 3904SS; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



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Fanfare militaire march ; by Ascher, 
arr. by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Old favorites arranged in 
dance form no. 14009) [13215 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389798; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Fantasie in B flat minor; by F. 
Swinstead, of England ; pianoforte. 

[13216 
© Aug. 11, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1916 ; E 384862 ; Felix Swinstead % 
Gary & co., London. 

Far away from you ; words by Helen 
Taylor, music by Mervyn Banks, of 
Great Britain. [13217 

© July 31, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 2, 
1916 ; E 384792 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Farewell to the robin ; by Florence 
Blackwell, pseud, of Henry S. Saw- 
yer, of U. S ; piano. [13218 
© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1916 ; 
E 390102; McKinley music co, Chi- 
cago. 

Father, fill us with Thy love ; part 
song, music by Ruth Blackmail Rod- 
gers, of U. S. (Church music re- 
view, series of anthems and services, 
no 441.) [13219 

© Sept. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1916 ; 
E 389356; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Februarschnee ; dikt av Flaischlen, 
musik av Ruben Liljefors, of Swe- 
den, for en rost och piano. ( Sanger, 
no. 2.) [13220 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 6, 
1916; E 385090; Wilhelm Hanson, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Fein und ordinar ; tanz-lied aus der 
operette, Wenn zwei sich lieben, text 
von A. M. Willner und Rob. Bodan- 
zky, musik von Edmund Eysler, of 
Austria ; gesang u. piano. [13221 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381363; W. Karczag, 
Vienna. 

Feist's sure fire medley overture ; 
compiled by Jack Glogau, of U. S., 
arr. by S. Danks, of U. S. ; orch. 
4to. [13222 

© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1916; E 389451; Leo Feist, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement]. 



Felicite ; chant sans paroles, par Jean 

Morel; piano. [13223 

© Aug. 12, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 22, 

1916; E 381578; Reeder & Walsh, 

London. 

Fenesta 'e 'nfamita ; versi di G. E. 
Pasqualotto, musica di Gennaro 
Quaranta of Italy, domiciled at New 
York. [13224 

© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1916; E 390822; 
G. E. Pasqualotto, New York. 

Festal postlude ; by Oscar E. 
Scbminke, of U. S. ; organ, obi. 8vo. 

[13225 
© Oct. 3, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1916; 
E 389774; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Festival hymns, no. 4; text by vari- 
ous authors, music edited and arr. 
by William Herbert Jude, of Eng- 
land ; nos. 1-19. 8vo. [13226 
© July 27, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 6, 
1916; E 385002; Reid bros., ltd., 
London. 

Fields abloom ; waltz by George Spen- 
ser, of U. S. ; piano. [13227 
© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389826; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Fierce raged the tempest ; anthem 
for mixed voices, words by Godfrey 
Thring, music by J. Sebastian Mat- 
thews, of U. S ; 8to. (Church music 
review, series of anthems and serv- 
ices, no 440.) [13228 
© Aug. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389043; H. W. Gray, co., 
New York. 

Figuring percentage (Two percent of 
ten percent) ; from The two Janes, 
lyric by Ted Robinson, music by 
Max Faethenheuer, of U. S. [13229 
© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916 ; E 390398 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Fill me with Thy power ; words and 
music by Elsie U. Salzman, of U. S. 

[13230 
© Oct. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; 
E 390845; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

Fille (La) aux emeraudes (Smeral- 
da) ; valse par Ad. Gauwin, of 
France ; orchestre avec piano cond. 

[13231 
© June 23, 1916: 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384931; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 



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Film-fan tango; words by B. Gray, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [13232 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389720; 

Bert Gray, Jeffersonville, Ind. 

Finale. See Trio-suite, no. 4. 

Finale, fourth movement. See Sym- 
phony in F minor, no. 4. 

Finnegin ; words and music by J. 
Burnett, arr. by Paul Pratt, of U. S. 

■ [13233 
© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390136; 
Jack Burnett, Chicago. 

Fireflies ; intermezzo by Victor Du- 

rand, of England ; piano solo. [13234 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 

1916; E 384889; Bosworth & co., 

London. 

Fireside (A) dream. See Fireside 
miniatures no. 2. 

Fireside miniatures ; by Noel Nor- 
man, of England; pianoforte. Con- 
tents : — 1. Little Miss Nobody. — 2. A 
fireside dream. — 3. Two little snow- 
flakes. — 4. The squirrel's wedding. — 
5. The shadow dance. [13235 

© July 27, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 
E 384850; Warren & Phillips, Lon- 
don. 

Fireside (A) tale; by C. M. Cramp, 
of U. S., op. 1 ; piano. [13236 

© 1 c. Oct. 2, 1916; E 390726; 
Carrie M. Cramp, New York. 

First minuet. See Bizet (Georges) 

First (The) rose of summer; words 

by C. Witney, music by J. E. An- 

dino, of U. S. [13237 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390241; 

Chas. Witney, Santa Cruz, Cal. 

First year Mozart. See Mozart (W. 
A.) 

Fischer (Carl) loose leaf motion 
picture collection, vol. ii ; by M. 
L. Lake, of U. S. ; orch. and organ. 
4to. [13238 

© July 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 390260; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Flag (The) ; words by J. H. Hopkins, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [13239 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 389762; 
Jennie H. Hopkins, Saint Clair, 
Mich. 



Flitterwochen-walzer ; aus der oper- 
ette, Das Zimmer der Pompadour, 
musik von Edmund Eysler, arr. by 
Martin Uhl, of Austria. 1. Salon- 
orchester. 2. Orchester. 3. Klavier 
zu 2 handen. [13240-13242 

© Mar. 27, 1916; 1 c. each July 
29, 1916; E 381202-381204; Adolf 
Robitschek, Vienna. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangements.] 

Flora Bella; march song from Flora 
Bella, lyric by Earl Carroll, music 
by Milton E. Schwarzwald, revised 
by Lee Orean Smith, of U. S. ; orch. 
4to. [13243 

© Sept. 27, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916; E 389679; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision] 

words by Earl Carroll, music by 

Milton E. Schwarzwald, of U. S. 

[13244 
© Aug. 25, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916 ; E 389197 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Flower bells (Bell-tones) ; by Carl 
Heins, op. 81, ed. and fingered by M. 
Green wald, of U. S. ; piano. (Rec- 
reations for the pianoforte, series 
IV, no. 1812) [13245 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390535 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is claim- 
ed on editing and fingering.] 

Flower (A) romance; trio, words 
from Kate Field's Washington, mu- 
sic by H. W T aldo Warner, of Great 
Britain; women's voices. (Octavo 
series, no. 676.) [13246 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1916; E 381449; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Flower song; by Gustave Lange, op. 
39, arr. by Veatrice Crocker, ed. and 
fingered by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano. [13247 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390541 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright claimed 
on ed. and fingering.] 

See also Gounod (C. F.) 

Flower's lullaby ; by Mari Paldi, of 
U. S. ; piano. [13248 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389327; White-Smith mu- 
sic pub. co. 



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Fly away ; scherzo caprice by Lud- 
wig Renk, of U. S., op. 2, no. 6; pf. 
(Varied scenes, no. 6.) [13249 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389819; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Flying the Red, White, and Blue; 
words and music by A. McPherrin- 
Frazier, of U. S. [13250 

© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390439; 
Anna McPherrin-Frazier, Los An- 
geles. 

Folk song and dance; by M. Daven- 
port-Engberg, of U. S. ; op. 20 ; vio- 
lin & piano ace. [13251 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389122; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Foe Dixie and Uncle Sam ; male 
voices, words by J. Keirn Brennan. 
music by Ernest R. Ball, arr. bv 
Bert E. Reid, of U. S. ; 4to. (Excel- 
lent quartette arrangements on pop- 
ular publications no. 866) [13252 
© Sept. 2, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916 ; E 389353 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Foe he's in love; words by N. D. Ed- 
wards, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [13253 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390757; 
Nannie Dean Edwards, Big Spring, 
Tex. 

Foe my life you now must pay; 

words by W. L. Vroman, music by 

H. B. Roland, of U. S. [13254 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390630; 

Wm. L. Vroman, Davenport, la. 

Foe our geeat big U. S. A. ; words by 
P. P. Blackburn, music by J. F. 
Kutz, of U. S. Annapolis, Md., P. 
P. Blackburn. [13255 

© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1916; E 389384; J. F. Kutz, An- 
napolis, Md. 

Foe so hath the Loed. See Men- 
delssohn-Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 

Foe woman, wine and song; opening 
chorus act 2, from the musical play 
Toto, lyrics by Arthur Anderson, 
music by Archibald Joyce, of Eng- 
land. [13256 
© Aug. 25, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 1, 
1916; E 381637; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 



Foe you alone; music by Henry E. 
Geehl, of U. S., arr. by Emil Ascher, 
of U. S. ; military band. 4to. 

[13257 

© July 24, 1916; 1 c. Julv 25, 

1916; 1 c. Aug. 9, 1916; E 388942; 

Gould & co., London. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

romance, arr. and composed by 

Henry Geehl, of England; piano 
solo. (Royal college edition, no. 
98.) [13258 

© Aug. 2, 1916 : 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384827; Gould & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Foeest fantasies ; nine miniatures, 
music by Walter Carroll, of Eng- 
land; piano. [13259 
© July 27, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 2, 
1916; E 384799; Forsyth bros. ltd., 
London. 
Foeget that once I loved you ; words 
by R. D. Watt, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [13260 
© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390738; 
R. D. Watt, Brockton, Mass. 
Foet Woeth and Dallas ; one step, 
two step or Castle walk, by Mariano 
Allen, jr., of U. S. ; piano. Fort 
Worth, Tex., Mrs. M. Allen. [13261 
© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390353; M. Allen, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 
Foetune (The) tellee song; words 
and music by Billy Johnson, of 
U. S. ; [arr. by Maurice Tuchmann, 
of U. S.] [13262 
© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1916; E 390573; 
Norman Friedenwald, Chicago. 
Foewaed maech ; words by R. Crosby, 
music by T. F. Francis, of U. S. 

[13263 
© Sept. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389781 ; T. F. Francis and Reuben 
Crosby, Ishpeming, Mich. 
Fourth of July two-step; by Adam 
Preston, [pseud, of Henry S. Saw- 
yer] of U. S. ; piano. (Happy holi- 
days no. 1676) [13264 
© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916 ; E 390158 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 
Fea en gammel klosteehave (From 
an old cloistergarden) ; pasteller, nf 
Alf Hurum, of Norway ; for piano. 

[13265 
© Apr. 25, 1916; 1 c. June 15. 
1916; E* 384968; Alf Hurum, Chris- 
tiania, Norway. 



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France: (Cesae) Prelude, aria and 
finale ; by C. Franck, rev. and ed. by- 
Harold Bauer, of U. S. ; pianoforte. 
(Boston music co. ed. no. 341) 

[13266 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916; E 389625; Boston music co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

editing and revision.] 

Prelude, chorale and fugue ; by C. 

Franck, ed. by Andor Pinter, of 
TJ. S. ; piano. (Library of musical 
classics v. 1232) [12367 

© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1916; E 390607; G Schirmer, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 

Feauenteeue ; lied nach einer wahren 
begebenheit aus dem grossen volker- 
ringen 1914-1915, text und musik 
von W. Otto, of Germany ; gesang 
und piano. [13268 

© Dec. 18, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381242; Wilhelm Otto, Es- 
sen a/R. Germany. 

Feench songs ; comp. by Max Walter, 
and Anna Woods Ballard. New 
York, Chicago [etc.] C. Scribner's 
sons [1916] viii, 71 p. 12mo. 
(Walter-Ballard French series) 

[13269 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 

1916 ; aff. Sept. 28, 1916 ; A 437856 ; 

Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

Feiedman (Ignaz) 16 etuden ; von I. 
Friedman, of Austria, op. 63, fur 
piano. 1. Heft 1, nos. 1-4. 2. 
Heft 2, nos. 5-8. 3. Heft 3, nos. 
9-12. Heft 4, nos. 13-16. 

[13270-13273 
© June 3, 1916 ; 1 c. each June 27, 
1916; E 385084-385087; Wilhelm 
Hansen, Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Friendship; vocal waltz, words by 
W. H. Lewis, • music by Edward 
Schtitt, arr. by Walter H. Lewis, of 
U. S. ; male voices. 8vo. [13274 

© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389880; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

Feiml (Rudolf); Etude; a glee by 
Rudolf Friml, of U. S. ; op 85, no 5, 
piano. (Six melodious pieces for 
piano no. 5) [13275 

© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916: E 390305; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 



Feiml (Rudolf) — Continued. 

Intermezzo ; by Rudolf Friml, of 

U. S. ; op 85, no 2, piano (Six me- 
lodius pieces for piano, no 2) 

[13276 
© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; E 390303; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. 

Feolic of the kazoos ; fox trot by 
J. H. Johnstone, of U. S. ; mandolin 
solo. [13277 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1916; E 390821; James Harb John- 
stone, Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Feom eveey stoemy wind that 
blows ; words by H. Stowell ; [music 
by Charles F. Noyes], arr. by C. M. 
Davis, of U. S. [13278 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389089; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Feom heaven high the angels come ; 
choral music, words by Helen A. 
Dickinson, music arr. by Clarence 
Dickinson, of U. S. ; 4to. (Sacred 
choruses no. 52) [13279 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1916; E 389397; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Feom olden days ; legende antique, by 
Carl Bohm, of Germany, op. 399, 
no. 1 ; violin and piano. [13280 

© July 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1916; E 381450; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Feom the Loed doth come my aid; 
words from Psalm 121, music by 

B. D. Ackley, of U. S. [13281 
© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 

1916; E 390411; United Presbyte- 
rian board of publication, Pitts- 
burgh. 

Feom the Southland; by Harvey B. 
Gaul, of U. S. ; organ. (St. Cecilia 
series of compositions for the organ 
no. 68.) [13282 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389046; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Feom the town of Teoy; words by 

C. W. Stephens, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [13283 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389619; 
C. W. Stephens, Fields, Or. 



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Feommel (H.) Two sketches; by H. 
Fromniel, arr. by Otto Langey, of 
U. S. ; orch. Contents : — 1. Sere- 
nade. — 2. Romance. [13284 
© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1916; E 389377; G. Schiriner, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Feost (The) king; words and music 
by Harold Robe, of U. S. ; low voice. 

[13285 
© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1916; E 389640; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Feuhlings - einzug ; charaktersttick, 
von Leon Jessel, of Germany, op. 
276. 1. Ausgabe fur salon-orchester. 
4to. 2. Klavier zweihandig. 

[13286, 13287 
© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916 ; E 381376, 381377 ; Drei masken 
verlag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 

Feuhlingszeit-walzee; aus der oper- 
ette Der weltenbummler, musik von 
Richard Fall, arr. von Martin Uhl, 
of Austria, fur klavier zu zwei 
handen. [13288 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381361 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

FUCHS DTT HAST DIE GANS GESTEHLEN. 

See Liederstrausschen, no. 2. 

FtiE Elise. See Beethoven (Ludwig 
van) 

FtJE MEINE SOHNE 1ST MIE NICHST ZU 

viel; aus der operette, Die erste 
frau, text v. A. M. Willner u. R. 
Oesterreicher, musik von Heinrich 
Reinhardt, of Austria ; gesang u, 
klavier. [13289 

© Oct. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381268; Eibenschutz & 
Berte, Vienna. 

Fughetta. See Bach (J. S.) Klavier- 
werke, band 3, no. 3. 

Fun on the plantation ; duet by J. F. 
Roach, of U. S. ; steel guitar. 

[13290 
© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 390286; James F. Roach, 
Cincinnati. 

Funniest (The) things that I evee 
see; words by Harry A. Usher, mu- 
sic by Arthur R. Grant, of U. S. 

[13291 
© 1 c. Sept. 15, 1916 ; E 390406 ; 
Harry Rosenberg, New York. 



Fuoei i baebaei; canto patriottico, 
versi di U. C. T., musica di Mario 
Castelnuovo, of Italy. 1. Canto e 
pianoforte. 2. Pianoforte solo. 

[13292, 13293 
© Sept. 7, 1916; 1 c.each Sept. 8, 
1916; E 385012, 385013; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 

Gabeielle; overture by Frederick 
Rosse, arr. by Adolf Lotter, of Eng- 
land; orchestra with piano-con- 
ductor. [13294 
© July 20, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1916; E 381562; Hawkes & son r 
London. 

Gaiety. See Leonard (Spencer) 
Three contrasts, no. 1. 

Gavotte. See Bach (J. S.) — Bruder 
und schwester, no. 4. 

Gdyw walce Zycia; najeden glos z 
towarzyszeniem organu lub forte- 
piano, slowai muzyke, ulozyl Stani- 
slaw Chroszczynski, of U. S. [13295 
© Aug. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1916 ; E 389295 ; X. Jordan pub. co., 
Reading, Pa. 

Gdym eaz spojezat ; wale, nachor mies- 
zany z towarzyszeniem fortepianw, 
do slow Zygmunt K Zychewicz. 
utozyl muzyke, Walenty J. Bonk, of 
U. S. [13296 

© Aug. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1916 ; E 389294 ; X. Jordan pub. co., 
Reading, Pa. 

Gee, but you do look good to me; 
words by A. A. Chief, music by E. 
F. Niel, of U. S. St. Louis, Mo., 
Progress pub. co. [13297 

© Dec. 18, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916; E 390456; Arthur A. Chief, 
St. Louis. 

Gee, I'd like to be a soldiee; words 
by W. E. Turley, music by Edgar 
W. Ruff, of Canada. [13298 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 381626; Somme music pub. 
co., Toronto, Canada. 

Geh', alte schau. See Schubert 
(F. P.) 

Geeis (A) fin dee heim (A message 
from home) ; words by B. Thoma- 
shefsky, music by J. W. Rumshisky, 
of U. S.< [13299 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389586; 
Boris Thomashefsky, Brooklyn. 



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13317 



Gesucht wird junger herr; quartett 
aus der operette, Der favorit, text 
von Fritz Griinbaum unci Wilhelm 
Sterk, musik von Robert Stolz, of 
Austria; gesang u. piano. [13300 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381213; Drei masken ver- 
lag, g. m. b. h., Munich. 

Ghost (The) of the Stilton cheese; 
words and music by R. B. Saxe, and 
Harry Stafford, of England. [13301 
© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381586; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Gift (A) ; words by Francis J. Saun- 
ders, music by Charles Huerter, of 
U. S. ; low medium voice in G. 

[13302 
© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390655; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

GiGUE. See Ballet suite. 

Giorno (Un) ix Vexezia (A day in 
Venice) ; words by Frederick H. 
Martens, music by Ethelbert Nevin, 
arr. by Charles Gilbert Spross, of 
U. S. ; solo voice. Vocal ed. Con- 
tents: Alba; (morning in Saint 
Marks square). — Gondolieri (In the 
gondola). — Canzone amoroso (Vene- 
tian love song). — Buena notte (Fare- 
well). [13303 
© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1916; E 387870; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on the arrangement.] 

Giovaxe (II) gueeriero (The young 
warrior) : romanza, parole di J. 
Weldon Johnson, versione italiana di 
Eduardo Petri, musica di H. T. Bur- 
leigh, of America. 1. Soprano o. 
tenore. 2. Mezzo-sop. o. baritono. 3. 
Canto ed orchestra, partitura. 

[13304-13306 

© Aug. 3, 1916: 1 c. each Aug. 4. 

1916; 1 c. each Aug. 9, 1916; E 

381520-3S1522 ; G. Ricordi & co.. 

Milan. 

Gipsy's (The) daxce. See Country 
life, no. 1. 

Girl (The) from Brazil; by Robert 
Winterberg, of Austria, arr. by M. 
R. Steiner, of Austria ; orch. " 4to. 
1. Waltzes. 2. One-step march. 

[13307, 13308 
© Sept. 18, 1916: 2 c. each Sept. 
25, 1916 ; E 389783, 389784 ; Karczag 
pub. co., inc., New York. 



Girl (The) from Brazil — Continued. 
selection by Robert Winterberg, 

of Austria, arr. by M. R. Steiner, of 

U. S.; orch. [13309 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25. 

1916; E 389785; Karczag pub. co., 

inc., New York. 

Girl (The) from Frisco; words and 
music by James Brockman, of U. S. 
New York, Cadillac music co. 

[13310 

© Sept. 18, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 

1916; E 389312; R. Kabot, Brooklyn. 

Girl (A) from the goldex West ; 
words by W. Pozorski and F. Ganes, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[13311 
© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390252; 
William Pozorski, jr., and Florence 
Ganes, Milwaukee. 

Girl (The) in the red canoe; words 
by Geo. Merrill, music by Carl Heil, 
of U. S. [13312 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
1916; E 389426; Geo. Merrill, Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. 

Girl (The) of the whispering pines ; 

lyric by W. H. Pendexter, music by 

Marguerite Snyder, of U. S. [13313 

© 1 c. Sept. 22, 1916; E 389514; 

W. Henry Pendexter, Lynn, Mass. 

Girl (The) with a charming smile; 
words by E. W. Colson, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [13314 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389610; 
Edith Waite Colson, Binghamtoh, 
N. Y. 

Give me all of you ; waltz duet, words 
by Earl Carroll, music by Milton E. 
Schwarzwald, of U. S. [13315 

© Aug. 25, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916 ; E 389198 ; Leo Feist, inc.. New 
York. 

waltz song, from Flora Bella, 

lyric by Earl Carroll, music by Mil- 
ton E. Schwarzwald, of U. S., re- 
vised by Lee Orean Smith, of U. S. 
orch. 4to. [13316 

© Sept. 27, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916; E 3S9680; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Give mother a kiss for me ; words by 
Wm. J. Lynch, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [13317 
© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; E 390751 ; W. 
J. Lynch, Washington. 



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Gloria (Glory and majesty) ; from 
Mass in B flat, music by Henry 
Farmer, arr. by George B. Nevin, of 
U. S. ; men's voices with organ ace. 
4to. (Catholic choir music, no. 
12979. ) [13318 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916; E 389525; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Gloria in excelsis. See Missa de An- 

gelis. 

Gloria's romance; valse, by Maud A. 

Murray, of U. S. ; piano. New York, 

Cadillac music co. [13319 

© Sept. 1, 1916-; 2 c. Aug. 31, 

1916 ; E 390037 ; R. Kabot, Brooklyn. 

Glorious blessing; words by E. E. 
Hewett, music by Jno. R. Sweney, 
of U. S. [13320 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389084; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

Glory to God in highest heaven ; 
Christmas song, words by Robert 
Stephen Hawker, music by J. La- 
mont Galbraith, of Great Britain, 
domiciled at Richmond, Ya. ; in E 
flat, C, and B flat. [13321 

© Sept. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390639; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Go ask the rose ; words and music by 

Frederick Seymour, of U. S. [13322 

© Oct. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916 ; 

E 389S58; Church, Paxson & co., 

New York. 

Go get 'em ; one-step-march, by A. 

Manholz, of U. S., piano. [13323 

© Sept. 18, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 

1916; E 390320; Shapiro, Bernstein 

& co., inc., N. Y. 

Go my son, God bless you ; words and 
music by J. Q. Dixon, of U. S. 

[13324 

© Sept. 18, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390359; J. Qallan Dixon, 
Buffalo. 

Go to it ; from the musical production, 
words by John L. Golden, music by 
Raymond Hubbell and Max Darew- 
ski, of U. S. [13325 

© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916; 
E 389870; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 



God bless you, lads ; words by M. L. 
Haskins, music by M. Meredith, of 
England. [13326 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916 ; E 384913 ; Margaret Meredith, 
London. 

God is our refuge : choral anthem ; 
words by Mrs. M. S. Hay craft, music 
by Caleb Simper, of Great Britain; 
mixed voices and organ. [13327 

© Aug. 24, 1916: 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381580; Weekes & co., 
London. 

God the heavenly Father knows ; 
words and music by Elsie U. Salz- 
man, of U. S. [13328 

© Oct. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; 
E 390846; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

Godard (Benjamin Louis Paul) Ber- 
ceuse from Jocelyn; by B. Godard, 
transcribed by James H. Rogers, of 
U. S. ; organ. [13329 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390652; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
the transcription.] 

God's country ; a toast to the U. S. A., 

bv Y. La Salle, of U. S. ; words and 

melody only. [13330 

© 1 c. Oct. 7, 1916; E 389867; 

Victor La Salle, Chicago. 

American anthem, words and mu- 
sic by Robert Sturmberg, of U. S. 

[13331 
© Sept. 9, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1916; E 389453; San Antonio song 
co., San Antonio. 

God's love; words by J. G. Whittier, 
music by Ward-Stephens, of U. S. ; 
no. 2 in E flat. [13332 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1916 ; E 388939 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Going down to Mexico ; words by E. V. 

Love, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [13333 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 3916; E 387845; 

Emma V. Love, Atlanta. 

Golden dreams are waiting to come 
true; words by Chas. D. Mathias, 
music bv Carl Mueliling, pseud, for 
Ethel Fisher, of U. S. [13334 

© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1916 ; E 390049 ; 
Chas. D. Mathias, Camden, Mich. 



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Golden (A) heaet ; barcarolle, words 
by Edward Lockton, music by Felix 
Corbett, of Great Britain. [13335 
© Aug. 7. 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 11, 1916 ; 
E 381531 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Golden hours ; reverie by Chas. L. 
Johnson, of U. S. ; piano. [13336 

© Sept. 28, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 2, 
1916 ; E 390694 : Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. 

reverie song, lyric by J. R. Shan- 
non, music by Chas. L. Johnson, of 
U. S. [13337 
© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 389095 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. 

Golfo (II) incantato; waltz, by F. Fio- 
rillo, arr. by B. Quattrociocche, of 
U. S. [13338 

© Sept. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1916 ; 
E 390131; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 

Golondrina (La) ; cancion popular, 
para canto y piano por Narciso Ser- 
radel. arreglo de S. Souflee, of Mex- 
ico, domiciled at El Paso. [13339 
© July 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 389652; Edmundo C. Argii- 
elles, El Paso. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Gondola (The) ; by Adolf Henselt, op. 
13. no. 2, revised with fingering, 
pedaling and instructive annotations 
by Leopold Godowsky, of U. S., for 
piano ; form, structure and harmonic 
analysis by Edgar Stillman Kelley, 
of U. S. ; biographical sketch, by 
Emerson Whithorne, of U. S. [with 
recitation questions.] (Selected edi- 
tions progressive series, grade 3a, 
no. 539.) [13340 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1916; E 390024; Art publication so- 
ciety, St. Louis. [Copyright is 
claimed on the revisions and anno- 
tations.] 

Goxdolieei. See Giorno (Un) in Ve- 
nezia. 

Good-bye old hard luck; I am off of 
you, words and music bv J. C. Ste- 
vens, of U. S. [13341 
© Aug. 14. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 389190; John Clarence Ste- 
vens, Urbana, O. 

Good-bye sweet Molly; words by Joe 

Schaner, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [13342 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916 ; E 389734 ; Joe 

Schaner, Seattle. 



Good humor (Bonne humeur) ; rondo 
by Friedrich Baumfelcler, op. 274, 
ed. and fingered by M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Recreations for the 
pianoforte, series IV, no. 1809) 

[13343 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25. 

1916: E 390532; Century music pub. 

co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on editing and fingering.] 

Good-night; folk song, four part 
chorus, English version by Sigmund 
Spaeth, music by Friedrich Silcher, 
ed. by Louis Koemmenich, of U. S. ; 
men's voices. (8vo. choruses no. 
6565) [13344 

© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1916; E 390604; G. Schirmer, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing] 

Goossens (Eugene) Five impressions 
of a holiday (Cinq impressions d'un 
s§jour a la compagne) ; par. E. Goos- 
sens, of England, op. 7 ; flute or vio- 
lin, violoncello and piano. Con- 
tents.— 1. In the hills.— 2. By the 
rivers. — 3. The water wheels. — 4. 
The village church. — 5. At the fair. 

[13345 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 384972; J. & W. Chester, 
London. 

Gorizia ; marcia di F. De Matteo, of 
Italy ; 1° Mandolino o violino, e 
2° Mandolino. 4to. (Gardilli's col- 
lection, no. 475.) [13346 
© Aug. 10, 1916: 2 c. Aug. 12, 
1916 ; E 384856 ; Mauro V.- Cardilli, 
New York. 

Gossips ; by Clement M. Spurling, of 

England, op. 11; pianoforte. (Our 

village in summer, no. 5.) [13347 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 

E 384788 ; Novello & co., ltd., London. 

GOTT ERHALTE UNSRE KAISER; ged. VOn 

Robert Blum, vaterlandischer sang, 
komponiert von Joachim Albrecht, 
prinz von Preussen, of Germany. 
1. Erleichterte ausgabe. 2. Original 
ausgabe. [13348, 13349 

© Mar. 14, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381207, 381208; Adolf 
Robitschek, Vienna. 
Gounod (Charles-Francois) Ave 
Marie; melodie religieuse, adaptee 
au l er prelude de J. S. Bach, par Ch. 
Gounod, of France, transcrit pour 
violon seul. 4to. (Choix de grands 
succes, no. 7.) [13350 

© July 27. 1916; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 384910; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription.] 



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Gounod ( Charles-Francois ) — Contd. 

Flower song; from Faust, opera 

by Ch. Gounod, adapted and arr. by 
R. Krentzlin, of Germany ; piano, 
without octaves. [13351 

© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 384883; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation.] 

Grand choeur; by Robert G. Hailing, 

of England ; organ. [13352 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 

1916; E 384979; H. W. Gray co., 

New York. 

Grand coquette ; polka caprice, by 
Louis Duncker-Lavalle of U. S. ; 
piano. [13353 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1916; E 389484; Chas. W. Homeyer 
& co., Boston. 

Grand processional to the 5 and 10 ; 
words and music arrangement by 
Mrs. C. H. Toby, of U. S. [13354 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916 ; E 389193 ; Mrs. Charles Henry 
Toby, Manchester, N. H. [Copyright 
is claimed on words and arrange- 
ment.] 

Grandmother's dance; by J. Frank 
Fry singer, of U. S. op. 151, no. 2. ; 
piano. (Young pianists fancies 
no. 2) [13355 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390519 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Grandson (The) of Mother Machree ; 

lyric by Geo. H. Binnis, music by 

Harry Dudley, of U. S. [13356 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389780; 

Geraldine Elsie Binns, New York. 

Grant us peace ; words by M. L. 
Hunter, music by David E. Grove, 
jr., of U. S. ; low voice. Dallas, 
Texas, Little book shop pub. co. 

[13357 

© Sept. 7, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916; E 390172; Martha Lavina 
Hunter, Dallas. 
Grasse (Edwin) Scherzo; by Edwin 
Grasse, of U. S. ; violin & piano. 

[1335S 

© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 389472; Boston music co., 
Boston. 
Great is the Lord ; anthem, words 
arr. from Psalm 48, music by Eva 
Wilson, of England, domiciled at 
Lake City, Minn. [13359 

© 1 c. Oct.. 2, 1916; E 390681; 
Albert Wilson, Lake City, Minn. 



Great (The) victory song, the 

soldier's inspiration ; words and 

music by J. A. Chiles, of U. S., arr. 

by H. J. of U. S. ; solo or quartet. 

[13360 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 30, 

1916; E 390417; James Alexander 

Chiles, Lexington, Ky. 
Green (The) hills o' Somerset; 

words by Fred. E. Weatherly, music 

by Eric Coates, of Great Britain. 

[13361 
© July 31, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 2, 

1916 ; E 384791 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 

London. 
Grief and joy; words by Frances 

Stone Mason, music by Le Roy M. 

Rile, of U. S. [13362 

© Oct. 6, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916; 

E 389891 ; Edward Schuberth & co., 

New York. 
Griselda ; by Franz Drdla, of Austria, 

op. 138 ; violin and piano. 

(Schmidt's educational series, no. 

156.) [13363 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 

E 381463; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 

Boston. 
Guardsman's (The) dream; waltzes, 

by O. L. Sims, of U. S. piano. 

[13364 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389584; 

Omar L. Sims, Laundale, 111. 
Gypsies (The) ; by E. Allyn, of U. S. : 

piano. [13365 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 

E 389429; Ethelmay Allyn, Detroit. 
Haan (W. de) Zwei idyllen und ein 

intermezzo ; von W. de Haan, of 

Germany, op. 24, fur klavier. (Edi- 
tion Breitkopf, no. 4876) [13366 
© Mar. 1, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 

1916 ; E 381224 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 
Handel (Georg Friedrich) Kammer- 

sonate, no. 9, von G. F. Handel, op. 

1, no. 8, bearbeitet von Max Seiffert, 

of Germany ; cembalo partitur mit 

oboe solo, und violoncell od fagott, 

ad lib. [13367 

© June 25, 1916; 1 c. July 6, 

1916 ; E 380773 ; Brietkopf & Hartel, 

New York. 
Xerxes, largo from the opera by 

G. W. Handel, adapted and arr. by 

R. Krentzlin, of Germany ; piano. 

without octaves. [13368 

© Aug. 14. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 

1916; E, 384884; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 

on adaptation.] 



878 



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no. 10, 1916 



13384 



Hail to the flag; song to the flag of 
our union, words and music by H. 
R. Furbeck, of U. S., arr. by Norman 
Landis, of U. S. [13369 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 3902S0 ; 
Howard Rutsen Furbeck, Annandale, 
N. J. 

» words by J. C. Harris, music by 

Dan Emmett ; adapted by J. C. Har- 
ris, of U. S. 4to. [13370 
© Oct. 9, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390798; Jennie Campbell Harris, 
Madeira, O. 

Hail to the King ; a Christmas serv- 
ice based on favorite r classics, ar- 
ranged by Ira B. Wilson. 8vo. 

[13371 
© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; A 436852; Lorenz pub. CO., 
Dayton, O. 

Hailstoem (A). See Livens (Leo) 
Three studies, no. 3. 

Half-past eight; selection, music by 
Paul A. Rubens, arr. by Dan God- 
frey, of Great Britain ; full military 
band. (Chappell's army journal, 
no. 436.) [13372 

© July 24, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 2, 
1916 ; E 384797 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Hallelujah choeus. See Beethoven 
(Ludwig van) 

Hallowed be Thy name ; part song, 
words by Louis Ober, music by S. V. 
Eifert, of U. S. [13373 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
1916; E 389422; Victor music co., 
Covington, Ky. 

■ words by Louis Ober, music by 

S. V. Eifert, of U. S. ; two equal 
voices with organ ace. 4to. (Ap- 
proved Catholic church music, no. 
2.) [13374 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390352; S. V. Eifert, Cov- 
ington, Ky. 

Halloween waltz ; by Adam Preston, 
[pseud, of Henry S. Sawyer], of 
U. S. ; piano. (Happy holidays no. 
1678] [13375 

© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916 ; E 390160 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Hampe method ; a complete instructor 
for the slide trombone by Car! 
Hampe, of U. S. fol. [13376 

© Aug. 30, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Sept. 
14, 1916 ; A 437666 ; Frank Holton & 
co., Chicago. 



Hands off the U. S. A. ; words by G. 
Garrett, music by Ralph Keefer, of 
U. S. [13377 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390571; George R. Garrett, 
Syracuse, N. Y. 

Happy childhood days; words by A. 
Price, music by Luther A. Clark, of 
U. S. [13378 

© Sept. 2, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1916; E 389645; Albert Price, To- 
ledo, O. 

Happy (The) day; fox-trot, by Sidney 
Jones, of Great Britain, arr. for 
orch. 15 parts. 4to. (Chappell's 
journal, no. 744.) [13379 

© July 24, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384794; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

selection, music by Sidney Jones 

and Paul A. Rubens, arr. by Dan 
Godfrey, of Great Britain ; full mili- 
tary band. [13380 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1916 ; E 381622 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

selected and arr. by H. M. 

Higgs, of Great Britain; orch. 17 
parts. (Chappell's selections, no. 
124.) [13381 

© July 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 384796; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

valse, music by Sidney Jones & 

Paul A. Rubens, arr. by H. M. Higgs, 
of Great Britain ; orch. 12 parts. 4to. 
(Chappell's journal, no. 745.) [13382 

© July 24, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 384795 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 
Happy (The) shepheed ; by E. L. 
Ashford, of U. S. ; piano. (The mu- 
sical year ; summer, no. 13923 ) 

[13383 

© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389832; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Haek ! haek my soul ; grand chorus, 
words by Henry Smart, adapted by 
E. O. Excell, music from Tannhauser, 
arr. by Alvin W. Roper, of U. S. ; 
male and mixed voices. [13384 

© July 22, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389090; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



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Haek, hakk, the laek. See Schubert 
(F. P.) 

Haek what mean those holy voices ; 
Christmas anthem, words by John 
Cawood, music by Joseph Fletcher, 
of U. S. ; tenor solo, duet, soprano 
and alto trio, soprano, alto and bass 
and quartet or chorus ; 4to. [13385 
© Sept. 27, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1916 ; E 389580 ; Wm, A. Bond, Chi- 
cago. 

Haelequinade ; entr' acte, by Robert 
Coningsby Clarke, of Great Britain ; 
piano. [13386 

© July 25, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1916 ; E 384894 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Haemonic chimes for revivals, church 
worship, written and comp. by R. H. 
Brooks, E. O. Excell [and others J. 
Morristown, Tenn., Harmonic pub- 
lishing company, 1916. 12mo. 

[13387 
© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Sept. 12, 1916 ; A 437631 ; Harmonic- 
pub, co., Morristown, Tenn. 

Has anybody seen my cats ; words 
and music by D. Blanco, of U. S. 

[13388 
© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 390328; Dan Blanco, Chi- 
cago. 

Have you seen Muephy; words and 
music by P. M. Helms, of U. S. 

[13389 
© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390674; Perley M. Helms, 
Moriah, N. Y. 

Hawaii; words and music by E. Ber- 
genholtz, of U. S. Oakland, Gal., 
Rex music co. [13390 

© July 1, 1916 ; 2 c. June 6, 1916 ; 
E 389252; Edw. Bergenholtz, Oak- 
land, Cal. 

Hawaii my native land; by Kapule 
Kenoa, arr. by J. F. Roach, of U. S. 
steel guitar. Cincinnati, O., Roach- 
Frankland. [13391 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389386; James F. Roach, 
Cincinnati. 

Hawaiian love song ; by Mrs. Teresita i 

De Harport ; of U. S. ; and, Onward I 

Christian soldiers ; arr. by T. De i 
Harport, of U. S. ; steel guitar. 

[13392 

© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, | 

1916,; E 390288.; James F. Roach, ! 

Cincinnati. I 



Hawaiian lullaby; by L. Huelani, 
arr. by J. F. Roach, of U. S. ; A no- 
tation, steel guitar. Cincinnati, O., 
Roach-Frankland. [13393 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916; E 390196; James F. Roach, 
Cincinnati. 

Haydn (Franz Joseph) Konzert in B 
dur fur violine; von J. Haydn, arr. 
von Max Seiffert, of Germany; neu 
aufgefunden, no. 3, streicrorchester, 
mit cembalo. Partitur, (part. — 
B 2443.) [13394 

© Dec. 8, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 1916; 
E 381231 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

He knows all about just what is 
the mattee ; words and music by 
J. B. Nelson, of U. S., arr. by J. W. 
Grey, of U. S. [13395 

© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1916; E 390048; 
Jacob Brooks Nelson, Mackinac 
Island, Mich. 

He may be old, but he's got young 
ideas ; words and music by Howard 
Johnson, Alex Gerber and Harry 
Jentes, of U. S. [13396 

© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1916 ; E 389378 ; Leo Feist, inc., Naw 
York. 

He sent his woed ; words from the 
Bible, music by J. G. MacDermid, of 
U. S. ; low voice. [13397 

© Sept. 19, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 389550; James G. MacDer- 
mid, Chicago. 

He stole my heart ; words and music 

by H. Lorton, of U. S. [13398 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916 ; E 390587 ; Henry Lorton, Blue 

Mound, 111. 

Heal me O Lord; words from Bible, 
music by G. Marschal-Loepke, [pseud, 
of Grace Clough-Leighter], of U. S., 
mixed chorus, organ ace. 4to. 

[13399 
© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390481 ; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Heae, O ye children ; words and mu- 
sic by C. P. Jones, of U. S. [13400 
© Aug. .15, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; 
E 390824 ; Charles Price Jones, Jack- 
son, Miss. 



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no. 10, 1916 



13417 



Heaet (A) of gold; words by John 
Henry, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [13401 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389154; 
Greta Whittenberger, Philadelphia. 

Heaet (The) of Mexico; words by T. 

Dolan, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [13402 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390117; 

Thomas Dolan, Ducor, Cal. 

Heart (The) of you; words and mu- 
sic by Katherine Call Simonds, of 
U. S. [13403 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390520; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Heaet waves. See Livens (Leo) 
Three studies, no. 2. 

Hearts that were aching ; waltz song 
from the musical play, Toto, words 
by Arthur Anderson, music by Archi- 
bald Joyce, of England. [13404 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 2, 
1916; E 384997; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Hebeew (A) melody; poem by L. Mey, 
English version by Stewart A. 
Trench, music by G. Korganov, ed. 
by J. M. Medvedieff, of Russia, domi- 
ciled at New York. [13405 
© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 389072 ; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing.] 

Heimat ; zehn lieder, nach alten und 
neuen texten, musik von Heinrich 
Zellner, of Germany ; eine sing- 
stemme mit klavier. [13406 

© Jan. 1, 1916 : 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381370; Adolph Furstner, Berlin. 

Held in bondage; romance by James 
M. Coward, of England ; piano solo. 

[13407 

© July 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 

E 381517 ; Metzler & co., ltd., London. 

Heller (Stephen) 32 preludes; by 
S. Heller, op. 119, rev. by Hans 
Semper, of U. S. ; pianoforte. (Edi- 
tion Wood no. 809.) [13408 
© Sept. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1916 ; 
E 390705; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision.] 



Hello, cheese of police; words by 
James Ward, music by James Ken- 
dis, of U. S., arr. by Mornav Helm, 
of U. S. [13409 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389160; 
Kendis music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Hello folks ; words by Harry A. 

Usher, music by Arthur R. Grant, 

of U. S. [13410 

© 1 c. Sept. 15. 1916 ; E 390405 ; 

Harry Rosenburg. New York. 

Hello ! I've been looking for you ; 
from The big show, words by John 
L. Golden, music by Raymond Hub- 
bell, of U. S. [13411 
© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 

, E 390721; T. B. Harms & Francis, 

, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Her boy ; words and music by B. Lan- 
i dino, of U. S. ; key of C. [13412 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390127; 
Bernard Landino, Cleveland, O. 

Her pink mtjmtj ; words and music bv 

S. H. Douglas, of U. S. [13413 

© Aug. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1916 ; 

E 389335; Sallie Hume Douglas, 

Honolulu. 

Her sweetheart had heard a queer 
little sound ; words by H. Jacob- 
sen, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [13414 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1916 ; E 387856 ; H 
Jacobsen, Brooklyn. 

Herbstblatter ; 5 klavierstiicke von 
Felix Weingartner, of Germany, op. 
T8; nos. 1-5. [13415 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381312 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, New 
York. 

Herculean polka; by J. Riviere, arr. 
by L. P. Laurendeau, of U. S. ; trom- 
bone or baritone solo, with band 
ace. 4to. [13416 

© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390485 ; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Here comes the groom ; from Betty, 
words and music by Benjamin Hap- 
good Burt, of U. S. [13417 
© Sept. IS. 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; E 390332; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 



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Here's to our sailors ; a sailor's toast, 
words by E. A. Raistrick, music by 
P. V. Sadler, of England. [13418 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 381447; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 

HeRRGOTT DU DARFST MIR NICHT BOS' 

sein ; duett aus der operette Die 
erste frau, text von A. M. Willner 
u. R. Ocsterreicher, musik von Hein- 
rich Reinhardt ; gesang u. piano. 

[13419 
© Oct. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381272; Eibenschiitz & 
Berte, Vienna. 
Heureux permissionnaire ; inter- 
mezzo par Ad. Gauwin, of France; 
orch. avec piano-conductor. 4to. 

[13420 
© June 23, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384935; Hachette & co., 
Paris. 

piano. [13421 

© May 27, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26 
1916; E 384927; Hachette & cie, 
Paris. 
Hey, Giuseppe; words by Louis De 
Gunto, music by A. Galvin, of Santo 
Domingo, domiciled at New York. 

[13422 

© 1 c. Oct. 3. 1916; E 389713; 

Antonio Galvan, New York. 

Hilo march ; arr. by H. C. Marburger, 

of U. S. ; steel guitar. Cincinnati, O. 

Roach-Frankland. [13423 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 

1916; E 389370; James F. Roach, 

Cincinnati. 

Hindu slumber song ; words by Soro- 

jini Naidu, music by Harriet Ware, 

arr. by Charles Gilbert Spross, of 

U. S. ; women's voices. 4to. [13424 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 17, 

1916; E 387866; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Hip, hip, hooray ! for the good old 

U. S. A.; by H. R. Fletcher, arr. 

by W. Lewis, of U. S. ; orch. 8vo. 

[13425 
© Aug. 9, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1916; E 389047; Warner C. Wil- 
liams, Indianapolis. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 
Hippodrome ( The ) street parade ; 
from The big show, words by John 
L. Golden, music by Raymond Hub- 
bell, of U. S. [13426 
© Sept. 13, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 390283; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 



His cute moving picture machine; 
words by Alfred Bryan, music by 
Albert Gumble, of U. S. [13427 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1916; E 390346; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

His Highland lass ; words by T. E. 

Botts, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [13428 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 389759; 

T. E. Botts, Blue Springs, Mo. 

His last request to mother; words 

by J. R. Glacken, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [13429 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916 ; E 389722 ; 

James R. Glacken, South Fork, Pa. 

His love keeps me singing; words by 
Jas. Rowe, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [13430 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389077; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

His mountain trail ; words and music 
by E. B. Steele, of U. S. [13431 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389730; 
E. B. Steele, Framingham, Mass. 

His sleepy song ; lullaby, words and 
music by R. Hall, of U. S. Chicago, 
111., Siegel-Myers. [13432 

© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1916; E 390459; Raymond Hall, 
Lapwai, Id. 

Hochzeit (Die) Casimir's ; operette 
in einem akt, text und musik von 
A. M. Fechner, of Austria ; klavier- 
auszug mit singstimmen, ohne text. 

[13433 
© Dec. 1, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 385081 ; August M. Fechner, 
Vienna. 

Holy night, peaceful night; by 
M. W. Butler, of U. S. ; piano or 
organ with text. [13434 

© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390829; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

Home again march ; by Morris Wes- 
ton, [pseud, of Henry S. Sawyer], of 
U. S. ; piano. (Big notes for little 
players, no. 1685) [13435 

© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916 ; E 590167 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Home boys home. See When the boys 
come home. 



882 



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13453 



Home from sea ; old Manx melody, in 
Dorian mode, text from The Spoilt 
child, harmonized by Harvey Worth- 
ington Loomis, of U. S. ; male voices. 
4to. (Modern series no. 93.) 

[13436 
© Oct. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1916 ; 
E 390762; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
monization] 

Home hearts are yearning ; words by 

J. Duff, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [13437 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389150; 

John Duff, Mekiwin, Man., Canada. 

Home of my heart ; words by P. J. 
O'Reilly, music by Edward St. Quen- 
tin, of England ; voice and piano 
with violin ace. ad lib. no. 2 in E 
flat. [13438 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384823 ; Gould & co., London. 

Home, sweet home ; melodie d'apres la 
chanson . . . anglaise, par Vincenzo 
Billi, of Italy, op. 314; violon avec 
ace. de piano. ( Six morceaux f aciles, 
no. 5.) [13439 

© Sept. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916 ; 
E 385028 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Home sweet home collection ; 73 
standard national operatic and sa- 
cred melodies compiled and arr. by 
Paul de Ville, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[13440 
© July 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 390261; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 
Home's love-light ; words by Anna A. 
Gordon, music by Daniel Protheroe, 
of U. S. [13441 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 389192; Margaret Pope, 
Evanston, 111. 
Homestead (The) ; words by E. Peter- 
son, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [13442 

© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390381; 
Miss Edna Peterson, So. Portland 
Heights, Me. 
Homeward bound; words by Mrs. G. 
Hanson, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [13443 
© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390620; 
Mrs. Geo. Hanson, Drummond, Wis. 
Honey bee ; words and music by Mae 
Aileen Erb, of U. S. ; op. 16, no. 6. 

[13444 
© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390506; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 



Honey dear ; words and music by J. 
Stone, of U. S. [13445 

© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916 ; E 390373 ; 
John Stone, Elkwood, Va. 

Honey dear, I know you want a 
wife, eh ; words by H. Churchill, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [13446 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389147; 
Hattie Churchill, Sacramento, Cal. 

Honolulu cabaret; words by Will J. 
Hart, music by Lew Hays, of U. S. 

[13447 
© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1916; E 390342; Jerome H. Remick 
co., New York. 

Honolulu (The) hicki-boola-boo ; 
words by Chas. McCarron and Lew 
Brown, music by Albert Von Tilzer, 
of U. S. [13448 

© 1 c. Oct. 10, 1916; E 389903; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

Honolulu, we've got to hand it to 
you ; words by Eddie Cox and Grant 
Clarke, music by James V. Monaco, 
of U. S. [13449 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 389789; Leo 
Feist, inc., New York. 

Honor and love to soldiers. See 
Donizetti (Gaetano) 

Hoosier state ; centennial marching 
song by Crooke-Noel, arr. by Fred 
Luscomb, of U. S. ; band. [13450 

© Oct. 3, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1916; 
E 389853 ; Warner C. Williams, Indi- 
anapolis. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Hoosier state, you're just one cen- 
tury old; words by Earl E. Crooke, 
music by Eugene E. Noel, of U. S. 

[13451 
© Oct. 3, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1916; 
E 389854 ; Warner C. Williams, Indi- 
anapolis. 
Hottentot (The) fox trot; words 
and music by Kennedy Russell, of 
England. [13452 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26. 
1916; E 384948; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 
How could Washington be a married 
man and never tell a lie ; words by 
Ballard Macdonald and Joe Good- 
win, music by Al. Piantadosi, of U. S., 
arr. by Eugene Platzmann, of U. S. 

[13453 
© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1916; E 390036; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 



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How d'you do, Miss Honolulu ; words 
by Charlie Hochberg, music by Leo 

• Halpern, of U. S. [13454 

© Sept. 10, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 10, 
1916; E 389900; Will Carroll co., 
inc., Brooklyn. 

HOW I LOVE THAT EED HEAD GIKL OF 

mine ; words and music by A. Silver 
of U. S. 4to. [13455 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1916; E 389064; 
Abram Silver, New York. 

How I love thee ; words and music by 
Florence Gere, of U. S. ; in D flat. 

[13456 
© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916; E 389665; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

How sleep the beave; words by W. 

Collins, music by Archibald Calder, 

of Great Britain. [13457 

© July 19, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 

E 384848 ; Weekes & co., London. 

HOW WOULD YOU LIKE A LITTLE GHOST 

like me; song from the vaudeville 
production, Some, words by Valen- 
tine, music by Jas. W. Tate, of Eng- 
land. * [13458 
© July 28. 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384960; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Humming (The) bied; words by W. 
F. Packard, music by E. Garrett, of 
U. S. Chicago, Gamble hinged mu- 
sic co. [13459 
© Sept. 21, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; E 390322; Elizabeth Garrett, 
El Paso, Texas. 

Humoeeske; by Anton Dvorak, op. 
.101, no. 7, arr. by F. Rehfeld, ed. 
by Andor Pinter, of U. S. ; violin 
and piano; in G. [13460 

© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1916; E 389450; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing.] 

arr. by Veatrice Crocker, 

ed. and fingered by M. Greenwald, 
of U. S. ; piano. [13461 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390542 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is claim- 
ed on ed. and fingering.} 

Humobesque valse; by Dvorak, arr. 
bv M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano. 

[13462 
© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389806; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



HUNDRED (A) MOONLIT MILES AWAY; 

poem from the Chinese of Ts'en- 
Ts'an, rendered into English verse, 
by L. Cranmer-Byng, music by Her- 
bert Ivey, of Great Britain. [13463 
© July 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 381515; Metzler & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Hungarian maech ; by O. Frohlich, 
arr. by Otto Ebel, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Choice compositions for the piano, 
no. 20.) [13464 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389037; Chandler-Ebel mu- 
sic co., Brooklyn. 

Hungaeian seeenade ; part song, 
words by F. E. Weatherly, music by 
J. L. Roeckel, ed. and arr. by Fred- 
eric H. Ripley and H. L. Heartz, 
of U. S.; 4to*. (The Stanhope edi- 
tion, no. 217.) [13465 
© Aug. 30, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 8. 
1916 ; E 389442 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on editing and arrange- 
ment.] 

Hunter's (The) dance. See Coun- 
try life, no. 5. 

Hunting (A) song. See Mosaics, no. 
1. 

Huntress (The) ; march by H. L. 

King, of U. S. ; band. 4to. [13466 

© Sent. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916; E 390574; C. L. Barnhouse, 

Oskaloosa, la. 

Hurlstone (William Y.) Intermezzo; 
by Wm. Y. Hurlstone, of Great 
Britain, (posth.) ; violin and piano. 
(Three pieces, no. 3) [13467 

© Apr. 18, 1916 ; 1 c. Sept. 5, 1916 : 
E 385008 ; Joseph Williams, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Hurrah ! for the boys in khaki ; 
words by C. H. Hart, music bv J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. [13468 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389146; 
C. H. Hart, Detroit. 
Hurry up ; by Anna Priscella Risher, 
of U. S., op. 10 no. 1, piano. [13469 
© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25. 
1916; E 390491; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 
Husarenlied ; text von Kurt Robit- 
schek, music von Paul Pallos, of 
Austria, op. 9 ; gesang and piano. 

[13470 
© Mar. 27, 1916 :1c. July 29. 
1916; E 3S1201; Adolf Robitschek, 
Vienna. 



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no. 10, 1916 



13489 



Hymn of the United States ; words 
and arr. of music by C. C. Munson, of 
U. S. ; music by Carl Muehling 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher]. [13471 
© 1 c. Sept. 22, 1916; E 390452; 
C. C. Munson, Denver. 

Hymn to St. Joseph's college ; words 
and music by J. A. Henkel, of U. S. 

[13472 
© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916 ; E 390361 ; Justin Aug. Henkel, 
Collegeville, Ind. 

I AM A LEAP YEAE MELODY; WOrdS by 

P. Shano, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [13473 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390122; 
Patsy Shano, New York. 

I AM DYING FOE A NICE SWEETHEART *, 

words by J. Owen, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [13474 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390732; 
John Owen, Coatbridge, Scotland. 

I AM LONELY, AWFUL LONELY ; WOl'dS by 

G. F. Collins, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [13475 
© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389719; 
George F. Collins, Boston. 

I am eedeemed ; words by Eben E. 
Rexford, music by Harry Dixon 
Loes, of U. S. [13476 

© Aug. 19. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389083; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

I call to mind a day ; words and mil- 
sic by J. G. MacDermid, of U. S. ; 
highest voice. [13477 

© Sept. 19, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 389551; James G. MacDer- 
mid, Chicago. 

I can't eesist the call of Uncle 
Sammy ; words by H. R. Brown, mu- 
sic by Carl Muehling, [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher], of U. S. [13478 

© 1 c. Oct. 2, 1916; E 390696; 
H. R. Brown, Altoona, Pa. 

I couldn't maeey hee because she 
hasn't got a job; words by F. 
Lyne, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [13479 

© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390386; 
Frank Lyne, Lewis, Cal. 

I'd like to be your honey boy ; words 
and music by Henry J. Donovan, of 
U. S. [13480 

© Sept. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389382 ; Eastern music co., Provi- 
dence. R. I. 



I didn't mean good-bye; words and 
music by N. J. Clesi of U. S. 

[13481 
© Sept. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 
E 389410; Triangle music pub. co., 
New Orleans. 

I DO LIKE A LITTLE SANDWICH ; SOng 

from the revue, Shell out, words by 
Albert de Courville and Herman 
Darewski, music by Herman Da- 
rewski, of England. [13482 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381598; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

I deeam of you, sweetheaet ; words 
by H. R. Gannon, music by J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. [13483 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916 ; E 389617 ; 
Hudson R. Gannon, Halifax, N. S.» 
Canada. 

I HAD A DEEAM LAST NIGHT, LOVE,' 

words by Wm. Corbett, music bv 
Harry Stirling of U. S. [13484 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
1916 ; E 389415 ; Wm. Corbett, Oak- 
land, Cal. 

I HANG ABOUND, I HANG AEOUND ; Words 

by J. Lesner, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [13485 

© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390379; 
Julius Lesner, Chicago. 

I HAVE A MOTHEE TO WELCOME ME 

home; words by L. Divet, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[13486 
© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 389748; 
' Lorena Divet, Pretty Rock, N. D. 

I hope to meet you theee ; words and 
music by C. P. Jones, of U. S. 

[13487 
© Aug. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; 
E 390823 ; Charles Price Jones, Jack- 
son, Miss. 

I knew it long ago ; words by M. Mc- 

Comb, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [13488 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390622; 

Marie McComb, Cairo, 111. 

I KNOW I GOT MOEE THAN MY SHAEE ; 

words and music by Grant Clarke and 
Howard Johnson, of U. S. [13489 
© Aug. 31. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 30. 
1916 ; E 389268 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 



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13490 



pt. Ill, 11. S., V. 11 



I like you; words by Geo. Horan, j 
music by Jas. Vincent, of U. S. 

[13490 
© July 24, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 1, 
1916; E 389297; General pub. so- 
ciety. London. 

I'll be waiting soldier boy for you; 
words by L. E. Prowd, music by 
E. Consuclo Prowd of U. S. Los 
Angeles, Cal., Edw. L. Ballinger, 
music pub. co. [13491 

© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916; E 389499; Ellen Prowd, Los 
Angeles. 

I'll be your Hono-lula ; duet by 
Walter Ben, arr. by J. F. Roach, of 
U. S. ; steel guitar. [13492 

© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E. 390289; James F. Roach, 
Cincinnati. 

I'll be your own, your own forever; 

words and music by J. Affront, of 

U. S. [13493 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 389747; 

Joseph Affront, Gait, Ont., Canada. 

I'll get you on my string ; words 
and music by R. M. Jopling, of 
U. S. [13494 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390598; 
Richard Mather Jopling, Marauette, 
Mich. 

I'll go back to the Red, White and 
Blue ; song and chorus by Lorena 
E. Divet, of U. S. [13495 

© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390848; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

I'll keep on loving you ; words and 
music by Joseph Buell Carey, of 
U. S. [13496 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13. 
1916 ; E 390285 ; Buell music co., San 
Francisco. 

I'll kiss the bloom of roses to your 
cheeks ; words and music by W. B. 
Davy, of U. S. [13497 

© Sept. 2, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389340; William B. Davy. 
Chicago. 

I'll plant the shamrock somewhere 
in France; words and music by 
R. P. Weston and Bert Lee, of Eng- 
land. [13498 
© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384950; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 



I'll remember you love, in my pray- 
ers ; words by W. R. Spangler, mu- 
sic by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [13499 
© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916 ; E 389726 ; W. 
R. Spangler, Ingleside, W. Va. 

I'll sing to you; duet, words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Jack 
Thompson, of England; high and 
low voices in F. [13500 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1916 ; E 381623 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

I long for you Nell ; words by M. R. 

Maze, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [13501 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916 ; E 389718 ; M. 

R. Maze, Trail. B. C, Canada. 

I LONG TO CARESS YOU WHEN TWILIGHT 

claims the day; words by C. and 
M. L. R. Griffin, music by Robert 
Van Sickle, of U. S. Renfrew, Pa., 
Griffins music publishers. [13502 
© Oct. 9, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390787 ; Chas. and M. L. R. Griffin, 
Renfrew, Pa. 

I love my love; words by Charles 
Mackay, music by Addison F. An- 
drews, of U. S. ; medium voice in C. 

[13503 
© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390654; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

I love the Lord ; words from Psalm 
116 ; music by Charles Gilbert Spress, 
of U. S. ; duet for high and low 
voices. [13504 

© Aug. 18, 1916: 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1916; E 387871; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

I love to love a mason ; because a 
mason never tells, words and music 
by Andrew N. Allen, of England. 

[13505 
© July 28, 1916: 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381594; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

I LOVE YOU THAT'S ONE THING I KNOW ; 

waltz by L. Wolfe Gilbert and Ana- 
tol Friedland, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[13506 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 

1916 ; E 389104 ; Jos. W. Stern & co.. 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

I LOVED YOU SINCE YOU WERE A LITTLE 

child ; words by P. Shano, music by 
J. E. Andino, of U. S. [13507 

© 1 c' Sept. 8, 1916; E 390123; 
Patsy Shano, New York. 



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no. 10, 1916 



13526 



I'M DEE A MING SWEET DEEAMS OF YOU ; 

words by Anthony Backsteen. music 
by Abe Olman, of U. S. [13508 

© June 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1916; E 389254; La Salle music pub., 
Chicago. 

I'm foe the night life ; words by 

George E. Bradley, jr., music by O. 

M. Watson, of U. S. [13509 

© Oct 9. 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916: 

E 390796 ; Fullen- Watson co., Seattle. 

I'm GLAD I WAS BOEN IN THE U. S. A. ; 

words and music by J. M. Cole, of 
U. S. [13510 

© 1 c. Sept. 23, 1916; E 389577; 
John MacArthur Cole. Rochester, 
Nev. 

I'M GOING BACK TO CALIFOENIA WHEEE 
THE SUN SHINES AND POPPIES GEOW ', 

words and music by A. Archivi, of 
Italy, domiciled at San Francisco. 

[13511 
© 1 c. Oct. 2, 1916; E 390698; 
Albert Archivi, San Francisco. 

I'M GOING BACK TO MY HOME TOWN ; 

fox-trot, by R. L. Harlow, orches- 
trated by Chas. R. Hector, of U. S. 
4to. [13512 

© Sept. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1916 ; 
E 3S9381 ; R. L. Harlow, Boston. 

I'M GOING BACK TO THE EmEEALD ISLE 
TO SMILE AWHILE WITH MAEY ; 

words and music by Wm. W. Wal- 
lace, of F. S. [13513 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389622; 
Wm. Wilson Wallace, Buffalo. 

I'M GOING TO JOIN A BURLESQUE SHOW ; 

words by E. C. Karns, music bv E. 

S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [13514 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390743; 

E. C. Karns, Pittsburgh. 

I'm going to keep Old Gloey waving 

TILL MY BOY COMES HOME ; WOl'dS 

and music by J. A. Brazeil, of U. S. 

[13515 

© Sept. 8. 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 9. 1916 ; 
E 389438 ; James A. Brazeil. Spring- 
field, Mass. 
I 'ac maeeied ; words and music by R. 
Luks, of U. S. [13516 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389605; 
Rudolf Luks, New York. 
I'm ovee heee all alone ; from My 
hometown girl, words by Frank 
Stammers, music by Louis A. Hirsch. 
of U. S. [13517 

© Sept. 8. 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1916 ; 
E 389407 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



I'm steong foe the U. S. A. ; words 
and music by M. W. Ross, of U. S. 

[13518 
© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390631; 
, M. W. Ross, Phoenix, Ariz. 

I MARCHED AWAY FOE DEAE OLD EEIN ; 

words and music by J. J. C. Due, of 
XL S. Birmingham, Ala. O. Gordon 
Due. [13519 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1916 ; 
E 389908; Joseph Jarvis Cook Due, 
Pratt City, Ala. 

I MET YOU DEAE IN DEEAMLAND ; WOrdS 

and music by Lew Berk, of U. S. 

[13520 
© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916 ; E 390441 ; Lew Berk music co., 
Rochester, N. Y. 

I met you somewheee ; duet, words 
and music by Harry Dent, of Eng- 
land. [13521 
© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381602; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

I miss you Miss Ameeica. See Trail 
to Sunset Valley. 

I NEED A LITTLE GIRL LIKE YOU ; WOrdS 

and music by J. Burnett, arr. by 
Paul Pratt, of U. S. [13522 

© 1 c. Sept. 18, 1916; E 390316; 
Jack Burnett, Chicago. 

I NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT; WOrdS by 

N. Ullman, music by G. A. Holloway, 
of IT. S. [13523 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389715; 
Geo. Albert Holloway, Baltimore. 

I peomise yojj ; words by Otis R. Ty- 
son, music bv Gabriel L. Hines, of 
U. S. [13524 

© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 9, 
1916; E 389409; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 

I PEOMISED YOU I WOULD COME BACK 

some day ; words and music by L. J. 
Fay, of U. S. [13525 

© Sept. 19, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916 ; E 389544 ; Louis J. Fay music 
pub. co., Boston. 

I saw thee smile; words by Lord 
Byron, music by H. H. Fuller, of 
U. S. [13526 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1916; E 390143; Henry H. Fuller, 
White Bear Lake, Minn. 



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13527 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



I shall be like Him ; words by James 
Rowe, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [13527 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389075; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

I sought the Loed ; words from 
Psalms 34 and 121 and Revelations 
21, music by Frederick Stevenson, 
of U. S., op. 76; key of G. [13528 
© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390656; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

I THINK I OUGHT TO GIVE YOU BACK THE 
KISS I STOLE LAST NIGHT J WOrdS and 

music by Nancy Glatfelter, of U. S. 

[13529 
© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390126; 

Mrs. H. E. Glatfelter, Central City, 
Neb. 

I THOUGHT THAT SHE WAS SLEEPING; 

words by W. Challenger, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[13530 
© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390626; 
Wm. Challenger, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y. 

I've a cottage built for two; words 
and music by Katherine Call Si- 
monds, of U. S. [13531 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390522 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

I've got a million dollars worth of 
love for you; words by Herbert 
Moore, music by Maurice Abrahams 
and Archie Gottler, of U. S. [13532 
© Sept. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 2, 1916 ; 
E 390195; Kalmar Puck & Abra- 
hams Consol, inc., music pub., New 
York. 

I've got the army blues ; one-step by 
L. Wolfe Gilbert and Carey Morgan, 
of U. S. ; band. 4to. [13533 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 389103 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement]. 

I've just come back from Dixie ; to 
dear old Yankeeland, words by L. M. 
Bergin, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [13534 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1916; E 387843; 
L. M. Bergin, New York. 

I've loved only once; words by Carl 
Randall, music by Percy Wenrich, of 
U. S. [13535 

© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916; E 389509; Leo Feist, inc., 
New' York. 



I've never known a mother's love ; 
words by H. S. Steege, music by 
Eddie Miller, of U. S. [13536 

© Sept. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1916 ; 
E 389336 ; Steege, Miller co., Harris- 
burg, 111. 

I WANT A REAL OLD FASHION GIRL; 

words and music by B. Wilkie, of 
U. S. [13537 

© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1916; E 390213; 
Burnette Wilkie, Seattle. 

I WANT A SWEET GIRL LIKE MOTHER 

dear; words by James W. Wood, 
music by Eugene Platzmann, of 
U. S. [13538 

© Sept. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389387; Popular music co., Au- 
burn, N. Y. 

I want my daddy; words and music 

by M. Manley, of Canada. [13539 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 

1916; E 384919; Morris Manley, 

Toronto, Canada. 

I want to be a widow ; words and 

music by J. Burnett, of U. S., arr. 

by Paul Pratt, of U. S. [13540 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390138; 

Jack Burnett, Chicago. 

I WANT TO BE AS GOOD A MAN AS DAD; 

words by E. C. Bradford, music by 
M. Blumenthdl, of U. S. [13541 

© Aug. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916 ; E 389333 ; Ed C. Bradford and 
Maurice Blumenthal, Douglas, Ariz. 

I want to be with you; words by 
Fred Swan and Will Garton, music 
by Ted Garton, of U. S. [13542 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390350; Garton bros., 
Boston. 

I want to go ; words by Baba Tilford, 
music by John S. Caldwell, of U. S. 

[13543 
© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 
E 389424; J. R. Reed music co., 
Austin, Texas. 

I want to go back to the Falls, the 
town in the treasure state ; words 
by F. R. W T oolley, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [13544 
© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389723; 
Frederick R. Woolley, Great Falls, 
Mont. 

I want to go to Mexico ; words and 

music by J. Downie, of U. S. [13545 

© 1 c. 'Aug. 28, 1916; E 389251; 

Joseph Downie, Hoosier Falls, N. Y. 



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13563 



I will forever be thine ; words and 
music by W. J. Elener, of U. S. 

[13546 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390747; 

Will J. Elener, Spring Valley, N. Y. 

I WILL LOVE YOU WHEN THE TWILIGHT 

brings the night ; words by A. H. 
Wertz, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [13547 
© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; E 390810 ; A. 
H. Wertz, Drewsey, Ore. 

I WISH I WERE A MILLIONAIRE ; WOrdS 

by W. Schoenfeld, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [13548 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 389750; 
Walter Schoenfeld, Minneapolis. 

I WONDER WHO'S SWINGING IN THE OLD 

porch swing ; lyrics by Cecil Taylor, 
music by W. Lynch, of U. S. [12549 
© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390592; William Barnard 
Lynch, Pittsburgh, Kan. 

I WON'T BE SATISFIED TILL I GET YOU; 

words and music by O. M. Heinz- 
man, of U. S. [13550 

© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 9, 
1916; E 389445; Otto M. Heinzman, 
New York. 

I WOULDN'T STEAL THE SWEETHEART OF 

a soldier boy; words by Alfred 
Bryan, music by Herman Paley, of 
U. S. [13551 

© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916; E 389505; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

ICH HABE GELEBT UND ICH HABE GE- 

liebt; walzerlied aus der operette, 
Liebeszauber, text von Victor Leon, 
musik von Oscar Straus, of Austria ; 
gesang und piano. [13552 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381288; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 
Ich komm' halt immer zu spat ; lied 
aus der operette, Der sterngucker, 
text von Fritz Lohmer, musik von 
Franz Lehar, of Austria ; klavier zu 
2 handen mit iiberlegtem text. 

[13553 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381346 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 
Ich muss wieder einmal in Grinzing 
sein ; walzerlied, text und musik 
von Ralph Benatzky, of Austria ; 
gesang und klavier. [13554 

© Nov. 29, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381305; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 



Ich muss wieder einmal in Grinzing 
sein — Continued. 

■ arr. von. Martin Uhl, of Aus- 
tria. 4to. 1. Schrammel quartett, 
2' violinen, akkordion u. guitarre. 
2. Salon-orchester. [13555, 13556 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381303, 381304; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

ICH WEISS SCHON, WAS ICH MOCHT J 

walzerlied aus der operette, Rund 
um die liebe, musik von Oscar 
Strauss, arr. von Adolf Ischpold, of 
Austria ; Osterreichische militar mu- 
sik. 13557 
© Jan. 17, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381279; Ludwig Doblinger 
( Bernhard Herzmansky ) Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

ICH WUSST' FUR DICH EINE FRAU ; lied 

aus der operette, Wenn zwei sich 
lieben, text von A. M. Willner u, 
Rob. Bodanzky, musik von Edmund 
Eysles, of Austria ; gesang u. piano. 

[13558 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 

1916 ; E 381364 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 

Ida ; intro. Serenade to Ida, music by 

Geo. Spenser, of U. S. ; piano, words 

ad lib. [13559 

© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389793; Theo.' Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Idle hours ; waltz by E. K. Heyser, 
of U. S. ; piano. (Three pianoforte 
pieces no. 14022) [13560 

© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389846; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 
If I could grow old with you ; words 
by Delilah A. Leeper, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [13561 

© 1 c. Oct. 4; 1916; E 390750; 
Mrs. H. E. Leeper, Corvallis, Or. 

If I COULD READ THE KISSES OTHERS 

printed on your llps ; from So long 
Betty, lyrics and music by Earl Car- 
roll, of U. S. [13562 
© Sept. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1916 ; E 389637 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

IF I HAD ALL THE WORLD BESIDES, I'D 

still want you; poem by J. Will 
Callahan, music by Sadie Koninsky, 
of U. S. [13563 

© Oct. 1, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1916; 
E 390715 ; Koninskv music co., Troy, 
N. Y. 



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13564 



pt. Ill, 11. S., V. 11 



IF I KICK YOTJ, THEN YOU KICK HIM ; 

words by H. E. Errickson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [13564 
© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; E 390748 ; H. 
E. Errickson, Chicago. 

IF I ONLY WAS HOME WITH MOTHER 

again ; words and music by J. Ull- 
rich, of U. S. [13565 
© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389142; 
John Ullrich, Brooklyn. 

If I say I love you ; words and music 
by C. L. Hall, of U. S. [13566 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1916; E 387848; 
Charles L. Hall, Ragwood, S. D. 

If my dream girl should ever come 
true ; words by C. E. Shannon, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[13567 
© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390629; 
Carl Erb Shannon, Richland, Pa. 

If the stars are out to-night ; from 
The two Janes, lyric by W. M. 
Cressy. music by Max Faetkenheuer, 
of U. S. [13568 

© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916 ; E 390400 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

If you don't come and kiss me; 
words by Lionel Monckton and 
George Arthurs, . music by Lionel 
Monckton, of Great Britain. [13569 
© Aug. 17, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1916 ; E 384993 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

If you'll let me play with your 
little dollie ; song from the vaude- 
ville production, Some, words by 
Clifford Harris and Valentine, mu- 
sic by Jas. W. Tate, of England. 

[13570 
© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26. 
1916; E 384946; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Iltarauha (Calme du soir) ; par 
Ilmari Hannikainen, op. 11 B , bear- 
beitet von A. Kleinecke, of Ger- 
many ; piano. (Tunnelmia (Im- 
pressions), no. 1.) [13571 
© Mar. 7, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381225 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Im alten styl. See Trio-suite, no. 1. 

Imitating (The), parrot. See Three 
fancy pieces, no. 3. 



Impromptu dramatique ; words from 

Rubaiyat by Omar Kaivam, music 

by E. Leide, of U. S. [13572 

© 1 c. Sept. 19, 1916; E 390337; 

Enrico Leide, New York. 

Impromptu in F minor; by Edith M. 
Saunders, of Great Britain; piano- 
forte. [13573 
© July 5, 1916 ; 1 c. July 20, 1916 ; 
E 384915; Joseph Williams, ltd., 
London. 

In a birdstore; descriptive fantasia, 
by M. L. Lake, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[13574 
© July 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389124; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

In a bower. See Nevin (Ethelbert) 

In a strange land (Loin du pays) ; 
by Gustave Lange, op. 36, ed., by 
Arnold Cooper, of U. S. ; piano. 

[13575 
© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 9, 
1916; E 389402; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

In an enchanted glade. See Shadow 
pictures. 

In Angleterre ; words by Arthur 
Rose, music by Max Brunei, of Eng- 
land ; voice and piano. [13576 
© Aug. 11, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1916 ; E 384860 ; Cary & co., London. 

In apple blossom time;, words and 
music by M. T. Neff, of U. S. Pitts- 
burg, Pa., Fidelity music co. [13577 
© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916; E 389648; May T. Neff, Pitts- 
burgh. 

In dear old Tennessee ; words by An- 
na V. McDonough, music by F. E. 
Whitmore, of U. S. Scranton, Pa., 
Whitmore pub. co. [13578 

© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390470 ; Floyd E. Whitmore, 
Scranton, Pa. 

In der bar ; galopp nach motiven der 
operette, Liebeszauber, text von Vic- 
tor Leon, musik von Oscar Straus, 
an*, von Gustav Blassef , of Austria ; 
klavierauszug mit uberlegtem text. 

[13579 
© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381294; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



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13598 



In exile; words and music by Teresa 

Del Riego, of Great Britain. [13580 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 

1916 ; E 384989 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 

London. 

In Florida among the palms; words 
and music by Irving Berlin, of U. S. 

[13581 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 19, 
1916 ; E 3S9058 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

In full uniform ; military march by 
E. K. Heyser, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Three pianoforte pieces no. 14020) 

[13582 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389847; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

In Gadara. See Syrian love songs. 

In His steps ; words by William 
Baines, music arr. by Philip Greely, 
of U. S.. male voices. 8 vo. [13583 
© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916; 
E 389878; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

In honour bound; march by W. H. 

Keefer, of U. S. ; band. 4to. [13584 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916; E 390577; C. L. Barnhouse, 

Oskaloosa, la. 

In Hungarian style (Ungarisch) ; 
by Ludwig Renk, of U. S., op. 2, no. 
2; pf. (Varied scenes, no. 2). 

[13585 
© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4 1916; 
E 389815; Theo Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

In lilac time; lyric by J. Victor King, 
music by M. Meredith, of Canada. 

[13586 

© Oct. 9, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9 1916 
E 390797; Mallville Meredith and 
J. "V. King, Luseland, Can. 

In memoriam; ein klage — sang, von 
Friedr. Gernsheim, of Germany, op. 
91. fiir streichorchester und or gel ; 
partitur. [13587 

© Oct. 29, 1915 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 3S1243; H. Oppenheimer, Hameln, 
Germany. 

funeral march, by Purcell James 

Mansfield, of Great Britain, op. 85; 
full organ, obi. 8vo. (New series, 
no. 45) [13588 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 
E 384846; Midland music press, 
Leamington, England. 



In milady's garden. See Shadow 
pictures. 

In old Brazil; words by Fleta Jan 
Brown, music by Herbert Spencer, 
of IT. S. [13589 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1916; E 390349; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

In old Ireland, where the River 
Shannon flows; words by Joseph 
Affront, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [13590 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389621; 
Joseph Affront, Gait, Out., Can. 

In other days; words by Mrs. N. 

Taylor, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [13591 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 389687; 

Mrs. Nels Taylor, Los Angeles. 

In peace for ever and ever; words 
and music by J. Digiorgio, of U. S. 

[13592 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1916; E 389455; Joseph Digiorgio, 
New York. 

In that dear old land Virginia; 

words and music by J. S. Innuse, of 

U. S. [13593 

© 1 c. Aug. 25, 1916; E 389189; 

John S. Innuse, Brooklyn. 

In the Alpine hut (In der Alpen- 
hiitte) ; Swiss idyl, by Gustave 
Lange, op. 240, arr. by V, 7 . I. Am- 
brose, of U. S— 1. Violin, cello, and 
piano. — 2. Violin, flute, and piano. — 
3. 2 violins and piano. [13594-13596 
© July 18, 1916: 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389125-389127; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

In the church; by Clement M. Spur- 
ling, of England, op. 11 ; pianoforte. 
(Our village in summer, no. 4.) 

[13597 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 384787; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

In the dear old autumn time ; words 
by S. F. Bradley, music by Carl 
Muehling, [pseud, for Ethel Fisher], 
of U. S. [13598 

© 1 c. Sept. 15, 1916 ; E 390403 ; 
Sherman F. Bradley, Hammond, 
Ind. 



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13599 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



In the deep; bass song, words and 
music by Will C. King, of U. S. 

[13599 
© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916 ; E 389664 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

In the enchanted wood (Im bezau- 
bertem walde) ; by K. Feininger, of 
U. S., op. 36, no. 23; piano. (Tales 
from wonderland no. 23) [13600 

© Oct. 2, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1916; 
E 390707; Karl Feininger, New 
York. 

In the evening time; words and mu- 
sic by Joseph E. Howard, of U. S. 

[13601 
© Aug. 7, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 1, 
1916 ; E 389286 ; Charles K. Harris 
New York. 

In the firelight; by Montague Ew 
ing, of England; piano-silhouettes, 
1st selection, no. 1. (Royal college 
edition, no. 99.) [13602 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 
E 384820 ; Gould & co., London. 

In the garden ; romance by Hugo 
Goodwin of U. S. ; organ, obi. 8vo. 

[13603 
© Oct. 3, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1916; 
E 389773; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

In the gloaming; words anon., music 
by A. F. Harrison, arr. by Philip 
Greely, of U. S. ; male voices. 4to. 

[13604 
© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390521 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

In the hills. See Goossens (Eugene) 
Five impressions of a holiday no. 1. 

In the land where cotton is king ; 
words by Harry H. Pace, music by 
Wm. C. Handy, of U. S. [13605 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389334; Pace & Handy 
music co., Memphis, Tenn. 

In the purple twilight; reverie by 

Neil Moret, of U. S. ; piano. [13606 

© Aug. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 

1916; E 389547; Chas. N. Daniels, 

San Francisco. 

In the pyramid shadow ; words by 
Adrian Ross, music by Lionel 
Monckton, of Great Britain. [13607 
© Aug. 17, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 
191Q; E 384992; Chappell & co., 
London. 



In the shadow of the pines ; words 

by R. C. Young, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [13608 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; E 390733 ; R. 

C. Young, Yellow Springs, O. 

In the twilight. See Syrian love 

songs. 

In the vale of Hanina. See Syrian 
love songs. 

In the valley; words and music by 

E. E. Harder, of U. S. ; soprano or 

tenor solo. [13609 

© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1916; E 390204; 

Erwin E. Harder, Chicago. 

In the valley where a beautiful 
stream is flowing; words by E. L. 
Rancourt, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [13610 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1916; E 387847; 
Ed L. Rancourt, Waterville, Me. 

In time of peace prepare for war; 
words by Jeff Branen, music by Ar- 
thur Lange, of U. S. [13611 
© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1916; E 389448; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

In two sweet eyes ; words by Fred. 
G. Bowles, music by Muriel Overton, 
of England. [13612 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384966; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

In yonder manger; words by Johann 
Matthesius, English text by Helen A. 
Dickinson, music arr. by Reimann 
and Clarence Dickinson, of U. S. ; 
organ ace. 4to. (Sacred choruses 
no. 51.) [13613 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389398; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

In your eyes ; romance arr. and com- 
posed by Henry Geehl, of England; 
piano solo. (Royal college edition, 
no. 9S.) [13614 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384829 ; Gould & co., London. 

Indian love song; by Homer Gwinn, 
of U. S. op. 22, no. 3. piano. 

[13615 
© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916 ; E 390442 ; Southern California 
music co., Los Angeles. 



892 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 10, 1916 



13633 



Indiana ! blessed homeland ; words 
and music by H. B. Honey, of U. S. 

[13616 

© May 24, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 7, 

1916 ; E 389392 ; Henry Buell Roney, 

Chicago. 

Indiana my old home state ; lyric 

and music by G. Clemmons, of U. S. 

[13617 
© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390357; Goldye Clemmons, 
Bethlehem, Ind. 
Indianisches tagebuch ; erstes buch, 
vier klavierstudien uber motiven der 
rothaute Amerikas, von Ferruccio 
Busoni, of Italy; fur klavier. (Edi- 
tion Breitkopf, no. 4837. [13618 
© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381222 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. 
Infant joy. See Ronald (Landon) 

Four songs of innocence, no. 2 
Inno toscano ; words by R. deMichele, 
music by O. Marchetti, of U. S. 

[13619 
© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 1, 
1916 ; E 389287 ; O. Marchetti, Prov- 
idence, R. I. 
Innocent eyes ; words by Edward 
Teschemacher, music by Cuthbert 
Clarke, of Great Britain ; in key of 
C. [13620 

© July 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 381514; Metzler & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 
Inteoduce me; fox trot by Mel B. 
Kaufman, of U. S. ; piano. [13621 
© Sept. 9, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916 ; E 390281 ; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 
Introduction. See Mozart (W. A.) 
Invention ; by E. O. Schaaf, of U. S. ; 
op. 10, no. 3, in D minor, piano. 

[13622 

© 1 c. Sept. 28, 1916; E 389658; 

Edward O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Invincible America ; march militaire, 

by F. H. Losey, of U. S. band. 4to. 

[13623 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 

1916; E 389183; F. H. Losey music 

pub. co. Erie, Pa. 

Invitation to the dance; by Carl 

Maria von Weber, arr. by Veatrice 

Crocker, ed. and fingered by M. 

Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano. [13624 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916 ; E 390543 ; Century music pub. 

co.. New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on ed. and fingering] 



Invitation to the dance — Continued. 

waltz by Weber, arr. by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; piano. (Old favor- 
ites arranged in dance form no. 
14010) [13625 
© Oct.. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389799; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Invocation ; by C. Hugo Grimm, of 
U. S. ; violin, violoncello and piano. 

[13626 
© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 389179; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Irish (The) brogue; words by A. 
Anderson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [13627 
© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390239; 
Anita Anderson, Rockville Center, 
N. Y. 

Is my name written there; with 
variations, words and music by L. 
Weber, of U. S. [13628 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389339; Louis Weber, Kan- 
sas City, Kans. 

Ismailia; march, by Nat Stockdale, 

of U. S. ; piano. [13629 

© July 10, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 6, 

1916 ; 1 c. Sept. 14, 1916 ; E 390421 ; 

Raymore music co., New York. 

It is only a tiny garden ; words by 
Lillian Glanville, music by Haydn 
Wood, of Great Britain. [13630 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1916 ; E 381558 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

It is very hard to bring up father; 
from Flora Bella, words by Percy 
Waxman, music by Milton E. Sch- 
warzwald, of U. S. [13631 

© Sept. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916; E 389678; Leo Feist, inc., 
New York. 

It matters to Him ; words by O. M. 

Jones, music by Ida Haldeman, of 

U. S. [13632 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 

E 389411; O. May Jones, McAfee, 

Ky. 

It's a great long road to you ; words 
by Edward Lockton, music by Fran- 
cis Adair, of Great Britain; in E 
fiat. [13633 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 1 c, Sept. 6, 
1916 ; E 385009 ; Leonard & co., Lon- 
don. 



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13634 



pt. ii r, n. s., v. 11 



It's a long, long time since I've been 
home ; words and music by Jose- 
phine E. Vail, of U. S. [13634 
© Sept. 20, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1916 ; 
E 390677; Charles K. Harris, New 
York. 

It's a long way back to childhood ; 

words by A. D. Otto, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [13635 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390745; 

Alpha D. Otto, Tyrone, Pa. 

It's a long way to Casas Grande ; 
words by J. H. Lamb, jr., music bv 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[13636 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1916; E 3S7844; 
J. H. Lamb, jr., Rea, Mo. 

It's a pretty thing ; words by Jim 
Burris, music by Chris Smith, of 
U. S. [13637 

© Sept. 21, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1916 ; E 390466 ; F. B. Haviland pub. 
co., New York. 

It's a sad, sad world without you ; 
words by Beth Slater Whitson, music 
by Betty Bellin, of U. S. [13638 

© Sept* 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 10, 
1916; E 3S9901; Will Carroll co., 
inc., Brooklyn. 

It's an ill wind a-blowing that does 
no-one any good ; words by O. F. 
Miller, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [13639 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389599; 
Oliver F. Miller, Kulpmont, Pa. 

It's my mother that I see in my 
dreams; words by W. H. Smith, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 
U. S. [13640 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390255; 
Walter H. Smith, Fairfield, Pa. 

It's not your nationality it's simply 
you; words and music by Howard 
Johnson and Joe McCarthy, of U. S. 

[13641 
© 1 c. Sept. 19, 1916 ; E 390365 ; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

It's the Irish in your eye, it's the 
Irish in your smile, you've got me 
going with your irish ways ; 
words by Will Dillon, music bv 
Albert Von Tilzer, of U. S. [13642 
© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1916 ; 
E 389711 ; Broadway music corp., 
New York. 



It's time to pass the apple 'round 
again ; words by A. H. Starbuck, 
music by W. B. Hinton, of U. S. 

[13643 

© 1 c. Oct. 7, 1916; E 389885; 

William Burton Hinton, New York. 

It seemed to me as if the stars were 
singing when first your tender 
love you gave to me; words and 
music by William H. Perrins, of 
U. S. [13644 

© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916 ; E 390413 ; F. B. Haviland pub. 
co., inc., New York. 

It w.as a summer morning; melody 
and words from Frank Kidson's Tra- 
ditional tunes, arr. by Arthur E. 
Grimshaw, of Great Britain with 
piano ace. [13645 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 384900; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and arrangement.] 

It was the voice of my sweetheart ; 

words by A. Pruch, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of IT. S. [13646 

© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916 ; E 390383 ; 

A. Pruch, Omaha, So. Side, Neb. 

Italia; inno, musica di Mario Costa, 
of Italy. 1. Piano solo. 2. Canto e 
piano. [13647, 13648 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. each Aug. 4, 
1916; E 384813; 384814; G. Ricordi 
& co., Milan. 

Italia irredenta (The unredeemed 
lands) ; march by C. Petrucci. of 



; piano. 



[13649 



© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1916 ; 
E 389137; Cresar Petrucci, New 
York. 

Ivy and oak ; from The girl from 
Brazil, lyric by Matthew Woodward, 
music by Sigmund Romberg, of 
Austria, domiciled at New York, 
N. Y. [13650 

© Aug. 30, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916; E 384994; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Ja, ihr madels verdreht uns die 
kopfe ; lied aus der operette, Die 
millionengretl, text von Gustav 
Beer, musik von Franz Schonbaums- 
feld. of Austria ; gesang unci piano. 

[13651 
© Dec. 1, 1915; 1 c. Jul. 29, 1916; 
E 381334 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 



894 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 10, 1916 



13668 



JA, SAG MIR, KIND, WIE MEINST DU 

das ; lied aus der operette, Der fa- 
yorit text von Fritz Griinbaum und 
Wilhelm Sterk, musik von Robert 
Stolz, of Austria. [13G52 

© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 1 c. Jul. 29. 1916 ; 
E 381210 : Drei Masken Verlag, g. m. 
b. h.. Munich. 

Jack-in-the-pulpit ; words and music 
bv Mae Aileen Erb, of U. S. ; op. 16, 
no. 1. [13653 

© Sept. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1916 ; 
E 390501; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Jacobs-Bond (Carrie); Medley; in- 
cluding Robin Adair, Do you re- 
member, Play make believe, Cali- 
fornia, arr. by C. Jacobs-Bond, of 
U. S. band. 4to. [13654 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389346; Carrie Jacobs- 
Bond & son, Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

January, February; march by G. 
M. Tidd, arr. bv J. H. Zimper of 
U. S. band. [13655 

© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; E 389490; Gabriel M. Tidd, 
Lancaster. O. 

Jardin (Le) ; par H. S. Goodhart- 
Rendel, of Great Britain ; piano. 

[13656 
© Aug. 2, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916; 
E 384840; H. S. Goodhart-Rendel, 
London. 

Jasmine waltz; by B. Frank Michel- 
son, of U. S., op. 20. no. 1. piano. 

[13657 
© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916; E 389498; C. W. Thompson & 
co., of Boston. 

Jenkintown (The) choral club 
song; words by F. C. Bremer, music 
by Ralph Kinder, of U. S. ; 1st. and 
2nd, sop. and alto. 4to. [13658 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390572; Florence Corson 
Bremer, Philadelphia. 

Jesus lover of my soul. See Collec- 
tion of sacred melodies. 

Jesus saves me; words by Fanny J. 
Crosby, music by Jno. R. Sweney, 
of U. S. [13659 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21. 
1916; E 389076; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 



Jesus, still lead on ; words by Count 
Zinzendorf, chorus and music by H. 
G. Tovey, of Australia, domiciled at 
Cynthiana, Ind. 8vo. [13660 

© Aug. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916; E 390183; Herbert G. Tovey, 
Cynthiana, Ind. 

Jeunes ( Les ) lauriers ; march mili- 
taire, par Reynaldo Halm, of France ; 
piano. [13661 

© July 27, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 381556; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. 

Jewels i?t memory's casket ; words 

bv Clair Louise Smith, music bv H. 

B. Roland, of U. S. [13662 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 389752; 

Clair Louise Smith, Bloomington, 111. 

Jewish love song; by E. P. Schaaf, 
of U. S. ; op. 2 no. 2. piano. [13663 
© 1 c. Sept. 28, 1916; E 389657; 
Edward O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Jingle bells ; song from the musical 
burlesque, Jingle bells, words by 
Geo. Arthurs, music by Harry M. 
Vernon, of England. [13664 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1916; E 384853; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Joan D'Arc (Giovanna D' Arco) ; ma- 
zurka, by V. Spadea, of U. S. ; piano. 

[13665 
© Sept. 27, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
3916; E 390608; V. Spadea, New 
York. 

Johnny my jingalo ; English folk 
tune, words traditional, harmonized 
by Harvey Worthington Loomis, of 
U. S. ; male voices. 4to. (Modern 
series no. 92) [13666 

© Oct. 5, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1916; 
E 390763; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
harmonization.] 

Josefin, Josefin ; serenade aus der 
operette, Der sterngucker, text von 
Fritz Lohner, musik von Franz 
Lehar, of Austria, klavier zu 2 
handen mit iiberlegtem text. [13667 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381338; K. Karczag, Vi- 
enna. 

Joseph, tender Joseph mine; Christ- 
mas song of 14th century, words by 
Helen A. Dickinson, music by Hein- 
rich Reimann, ed. by Clarence Dick- 
inson, of U. S. [13668 
© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389067; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 



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Joy and sunshine; selected songs, 
words and music by W. J. C. Thiel, 
of U. S. and others. 4to. [13669 

© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Sept. 13, 1916; A 436781; Alois 
Bruner, Chicago. 

Joy-land; selection, by Herman 
Darewski, arr. by J. Ord Hume, of 
Great Britain ; military band. 
(Supplemental journal, no. 151.) 

[13670 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 384905; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Juanita; Spanish dance, by Henry 
Weyts, of Belgium, op. 701. 1. 
Piano solo. 2. Piano duet. 

[13671, 13672 

© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. each Aug. 1, 
1916; E 381453, 381456; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

JtJNGLING (ElN) KANN NICHT GUT 

allein ; duett aus, Wenn zwei hoch- 
zeit machen, ein scherzspiel mit ge- 
sang in 4 bildern, musik von Walter 
Kollo, arr. von Otto Lindemann, of 
Germany; salonorchester. [13673 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 385083; Drei masken ver- 
lag, g. m. b. h., Munich. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 

Jungste (Dee) jahegang; potpourri 
von C. Morena, of Austria, op. 130; 
blechmusik, kornet direktion. 

[13674 
© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 29. 
1916 ; E 381375 ; Drei masken verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Munich. 



harmonie-musik, 



klarinette- 
[13675 



direktion. 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381276 ; Drei masken verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Munich. 

June flowers ; waltz by Matilee Loeb- 
Evans, of IT. S. ; piano. [13676 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389837; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

June moon ; I love you so much, words 
and music by R. J. Iden, of U. S. 
Dayton, O, Colonial music pub. co. 

[13677 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 

E 389427 ; Raymond J. Iden, Dayton. 



Jung muss man sein ; operette in 3 
akten, gesangstexte von Leo Leip- 
ziger, musik von Gilbert, einge- 
richtet von Otto Lindemann, of 
Germany ; vollstandiger klavier par- 
titur mit text. [13678 

© Nov. 20, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381329; Louis Oertel, Han- 
nover, Germany. [Coypright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

potpourri, aus der operette, ge- 
sangstexte von Leo Leipziger, musik 
von Gilbert, bearb. von Otto Linde- 
mann, of Germany ; klavier zwei- 
handig, mit tiberlegtem text. [13679 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 1 c. July 29. 
1916; E 381244; Louis Oertel, Han- 
nover, Germany. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

JUNGE, DU BIST WOHL NICHT VON HIER ; 

tanzduett aus dem volksstiick, Der 
Jiingling mit den ellenbogen, text 
von Carl Rossler und Ludwig Heller, 
musik von Ernst Steffan, arr. von 
Otto Lindemann, of Austria ; gesang 
und piano. [13680 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381209 ; Drei masken verlag, 
g. m. b. h., Munich. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Junior praises ; comp. and ed. by Wil- 
liam Stone and C. A. Miles, of U. S. 
8vo. [13681 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Sept. 23, 1916; A 437793; Hall-Mack 
co., Philadelphia. 

Just a little longer ; words and 
music by Mrs. C. H. Morris, of U. S. 

[13682 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389085; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

Just a little love from you; words 
and music by O. T. Lenz, of U. S. 

[13683 

© Sept. 6. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
1916; E 389419; Oliver T. Lenz, 
Oshkosh, Wis. 

Just a wearyin' for you; vocal duet, 
words by Frank Stanton, music by 
Carrie Jacobs-Bond, arr. by Emerson 
James, of England. [13684 

© Aug, 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 5, 1916 ; 
E 381512; Frederick Harris co., 
London. 



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no. 10, 1916 



13701 



Just again love's old sweet story; 
words by Lillian J. Ogden, music by 
J. Owen Long, of U. S. [13685 

© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390850; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

Just as soon as I laid eyes on you; 
lyric by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus 
Edwards, of U. S. [13686 

© Oct. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1916 ; 
E 389896; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. 

Just foe today; words and music by 
E. H. Purcell, of U. S. ; high voice, 
piano and violin accom. [13687 

© Aug. 30, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916; E 390174; Schubert co., Chi- 
cago. 

Just foe Uncle Sam ; words and mu- 
sic by H. L. Gregory, of U. S. New 
York, F. B. Haviland pub. co. 

[13688 

© Sept. 30, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1916 ; 
E 389888; Harvey L. Gregory, 
Clarksburg, W. Va. 

Just take me back; words by F. W. 

Schiltz, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [13689 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390628; 

Frank W. Schiltz, Canton, O. 

Just you deae; words and music by 

N. Moody, of U. S. [13690 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 

E 389431; Nadine Moody, New 

Orleans. 

Kaiseein (Die) ; Fiirstenliebe, ope- 
rette in drei akten, text von Julius 
Brammer und Alfred Grunwald, mu- 
sik von Leo Fall, arr. von Gustav 
Blasser, of Austria; klavierauszug 
zu zwei hanclen, mit iiberlegtem text. 

[13691 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 

E 381215; Eibenschiitz & Berte, 

Vienna. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Kammeesonate, no. 9. See Handel 
(G. F.) 

Kampfeuf ; dem sturme gleich im 
eichenwald, text und musik von Karl 
Bleyle, of Austria ; gesang u. piano. 
(Deutsche Kriegs-und soldatenlieder, 
no. 27.) [13692 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381221 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 

* New York. 



Keep going; lancers, .by Henry E. 
Pether, of Great Britain, arr. for 
band. 4to. (Brass and reed band 
journal, no. 567.) [13693 

© July 25, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15. 
1916; E 384904; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Keep on caeeying on ; words and mu- 
sic by R. P. Weston and Bert Lee, 
of England. [13694 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381588; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Keep youe eye on the gielie you 
love; words by Howard Johnson 
and Alex Gerber, music by Ira 
Schuster, of U. S. [13695 

© 1 c. Sept. 19, 1916; E 390367; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Keeping time; words by B. E. Phills, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[13696 
© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390617; 
Beatrice E. Phipps, Forgan, Sask., 
Can. 

Keskustelu (Conversation) ; par 
Ilmari Hannikainen, op. 11 B , bear- 
beitel von A. Kleinecke, of Ger- 
many ; piano. (Tunnelmia, (Im- 
pressions) no. 3.) [13697 
© Mar. 7, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381227 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Keys (The) of Canteebuey ; old Eng- 
lish folk song, choral transcription 
by Harvey Worthington Loomis, of 
U. S. ; women's voices. 4to. (Mod- 
ern series, no. 95.) [13698 
© Oct. 5, 1916; 2 c. Oct 6, 1916; 
E 390764; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on har- 
monization.] 

Kiddies (The) ; fox-trot, by Fred W. 
Hager, arr. by M. L. Lake, of U. S. 
4to. 1. Band.— 2. Orch. 

[13699, 13700 

© Aug. 26, 1916'. 2 c. each Sept. 

25, 1916; E 390477, 390478; Carl 

Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

Kilama-Wailana ; Hawaiian waltzes 
as performed by P. K. Lua & D. 
Kaili, arr. by Louis Tocaben, of U. 
S. ; mandolin orch. 4to. [13701 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389123; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



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Kilama waltz ; arr. by J. F. Roach, 
of U. S. ; steel guitar. Cincinnati, 
O., Roach-Frankland. [13702 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389369; James F. Roach, 
Cincinnati. 

Killaeney. See Balfe (M. W. ) 

Killooleet; music by W. H. Baker, 
of U. S. ; piano. Richmond, Va. 
The Corley co. [13703 

© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390431; W. Henry Baker, 
Richmond. 

Kiss (A) foeevee thine; words by A. 
Turner, music by O. F. Hanna, of 
U. S. [13704 

© Oct. 9, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390799; Agnes Turner and Oscar 
F. Hanna, Lexington, Ky. 

Kiss me; words and music by J. V. 
Nicolay, of U. S. [13705 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390725; 
Joseph Van Gelder Nicolay, Brook- 
lyn. 

Kiss me good-bye, Daisy do; words 
and music by Belle Schrag, of U. S. 
Kansas City, Mo., Universal music 
co. [13706 

© Sept. 13, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; E 390300; Harry Reynolds, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Klaviebweeke, band 3. See Bach 
(J. S.) 

Kleine (Dee) schwageein ; lied aus 
cler operette, Der weltenbummler, 
text von Beda und Karl Lindau, 
musik von Richard Fall, arr. von 
Martin Uhl, of Austria ; 1. Werner 
quartett, 2 violinen, guitarre u. ak- 
kordion. 2. Salonorchester. 3. Ge- 
sang und klavier. [13707-13709 

© Nov. 20, 1915 ; 1 c. each Julv 29, 
1916; E 381356, 381357, 381359; W. 
Karczag, Vienna. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangements.] 

Knight's (A) song; words by Wm. 
R. A. Wilson, music bv C. Hugo 
Grimm, of U. S. [13710 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 389196; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Komm' in mein baueenhauschen ; 
feldpostgruss, text und musik von 
Leopold Krauss-Elka, of Austria; 
gesang u. klavier. [13711 

© Feb. 14, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, j 
1916; E 381353; W. Karczag, Vi- 
enna. 



Koni ac koni; nulla dance, and Mai 
poina, (Forget me not) arr. by J. 

F. Roach, of U. S. ; steel guitar. 
Cincinnati. O., Roach-Frankland. 

[13712 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389374; James F. Roach, 
Cincinnati. 

Konzeet in B due fue violine. See 
Haydn (F. J.) 

Konzeet in F due ; 'von Ferdinand 
Thieriot, of Germany, op. 97 ; violon- 
cell, mit begleitung des orchesters 
oder des klaviers. Auszug mit kla- 
vier. [13713 
© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381237; Rieter-Biedermann, Leip- 
zig. 

Keone (Die) des lebens ; worte und 
music von Gustav Burke, of Ger- 
many, op. 5; Ausgabe fur tiere 
stimme. [13714 

© June 1, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381371; A. E. Fischer, 
Bremen, Germany. 

KiissE im dunkeln ; duett aus der 
operette, Die erste frau, text von 
A. M. Willner u. R. Oesterreicher, 
rausik von Heinrich Bernhardt, of 
Austria, fur eine singstimme singe- 
richtet. [13715 

© Oct. 22, 1915 ; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381269; Eibenschutz & 
Berte, Vienna. 

KiissT euch, seid gescheit ; walzer- 
lied, aus der operette, Das zimmer 
der Pompadour, text von Oscar 
Friedmann und Ludwig Herzer, mu- 
sik von Edmund Eysler of Austria ; 
gesang u. piano. [13716 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381206; Adolf Robitschek, 
Vienna. 

Kyeie. See Missa cte Angelis. 
Kysymys (Une question) ; par Ilmari 

liannikainen, up. 11 B , bearbeitet v. 

A. Kleinecke, of Germany ; piano. 

(Tunnelmia (Impressions) no. 4.) 

[13717 
© Mar. 7, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 

1916 ; E 381228 ; Breitkopf & Hartel, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 
Laboe day maech ; by Adam Preston 

[pseud, of Henry S. Sawyer] of 

U. S. ; piano. (Happy holidays, 

1677). [13718 

© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 

1916; E' 390159; McKinley music 

co., Chicago. 



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13733 



Lads of the Bkitish Navy; words by 
F. Walker Hayes, music by Martha 
A. Cawley, of Canada. [13719 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 381575; M. A. Cawley, St. 
Norbert, Man., Canada. 

Lady Claire : words and music by C. 

Fritzsche, of U. S. [13720 

© Sept. 16, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916; E 389578; Charles Fritzsche, 

Los Angeles. 

Landler. Sec Mozart (W. A.) 

Lagrimas de vino; vals, por J. Cor- 
dova Cantti, arr. de Antonio Macias 
C, of Mexico, domiciled at El Paso, 
Tex.; piano. [13721 

© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390686; Edmundo C. Argii- 
elles, El Paso, Tex. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Lake of Wallenstadt. See Liszt 
(Franz) 

Lakeside is the place foe me; words 
and music by F. Kelser, of U. S. 

[13722 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 6. 
1916; E 389417; Fred W. Kelser, 
Lakeside, O. 

Lamb. (The). See Ronald (Landon) 
Four songs of innocence, no. 1. 

Lamento : by Gabriel-Marie, arr. by 
M. L. Lake, of U. S. ; solo violin, or 
cello, with full orch. ace. [13723 
© Aug. 5. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1916; E 390418; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Land (The) of heaet's desiee ; lyric 
by George E. Bradley, jr., music by 
O. M. Watson, of U. S. [13724 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390590; Fullen- Watson co., 
Seattle. 

Land of the long ago ; words by 
Charles Knight, music by Lilian 
Ray, arr. by Clarence Lucas, of 
Great Britain, domiciled in New 
York. 4to. 1. Mixed voices. 2. 
Male voices. [13725, 13726 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. each Aug. ! 
17, 1916; E 381567, 381568; Chap- | 
pell & co., ltd., London. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangements.] 



Land (The) of the midnight sun; 4 
pieces by Wilson Manhire, of Great 
Britain ; pianoforte. Contents : — 1. 
On Hardanger fjord. — 2. Northern 
air. — 3. At Hammerfest. — 4. Nor- 
wegian peasant dance. [13727 
© July 11, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 1, 
1916 ; E 381442 ; Alfred Lengnick & 
co., London. 

Langey (Otto); Two sketches; arr. 
by O. Langey, of U. S. ; orch. Con- 
tents : — 1. Curious (A) story by H. 
Fromel.— 2. Old (An) love story; by 
Paolo Conte. [13728 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1916; E 389376; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Larghetto feom op. ios; (Mozart) 
See Mozart (W. A.) Six classic 
pieces, no. 1. 

Lark (The) in the morn; old Eng- 
lish folk tune, words traditional, 
three part arrangement by Harvey 
Worthington Loomis, of U. S. ; 
women's voices. 4to. (Modern 
series no. 96). [13729 

© Oct. 5, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1916; 
E 390769; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Last hope ; by L. M. Gottschalk, arr. 
by Yeatrice Crocker, ed. and fin- 
gered by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano. [13730 

© Sept. 25. 1916: 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390544 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is claim- 
ed on ed. and fingering.] 

Last (The) sad adieu; words by 

Mrs. M. A. Hannum, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [13731 

© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390424; 

Mrs. M. A. Hannum, Yincennes, Ind. 

Laughing -waterfall ; caprice-fantas- 
tic by M. Thea Hays, of U. S. ; piano. 

[13732 
© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390834; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

Lauteebach waltz ; by M. W. Butler, 
of U. S. ; piano or organ with text. 

[13733 
© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390830; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 



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Lay it heavy; words by W. Lynott, 
music by O. Migliaccio, of U. S. 

[13734 
© 1 c. Aug. 31, 1916; E 390034; 
William Lynolt and Oreste Migliac- 
cio, New York. 

Lead us, O Fathee; trio, words by 
W. A. Burleigh, music by R. M. 
Stults, of U. S. ; sop., alto and ten. 
4to. (Anthems for mixed voices no. 
10822) [13735 

© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389794; Theo. Presser CO., Phila- 
delphia. 

Leader; a book of songs for day 
schools and institutes, by J. W. 
Yoder, of U. S. 8vo. [13736 

© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Sept. 7, 1916 ; A 439186 ; Hall-Mack 
co., Philadelphia. 

Leaves ; words by A. H. Clements, 
music by Mana Zucca, of U. S., op. 
13 ; high voice in B flat. [13737 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1916; E 387873; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Legend (The) of the Christ child; 
by E. Harrison and F. M. Arnold, of 
U. S. ; piano. Chicago, 111., National 
kindergarten college. [13738 

© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916 ; E 390445 ; Elizabeth Harrison 
and Francis M. Arnold, Chicago. 

Legend (The) of the first Camuel ; 
four part chorus, words by Arthur 
Guiterman, music by Marshall Ker- 
nochan, of U. S., op. 11 ; men's voices. 
(8vo. choruses no. 6547) [13739 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1916; E 390603; G. Schirmer, inc. 
New York. 

Legeny bucsu (Rund um die liebe) ; 
operett 3 felvonasban, szoveget irta, 
Bodanzky R. es Thelen F., fosdilotta 
Gabor Andor, zenejet szerzette, 
Straus Oskar. I. fuzet. II. fuzet. 

[13740 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29. 
1916 ; E 381278 ; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky) Leipzig. 

Lekcyaw Pensyonacie ; komiczna 
operetkt, wjednym akcie, stowa e 
mazurke ulozyl Walenty J. Bonk, 
of U. S. [13741 

© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 24. 
1916 ; E 389293 ; X. Jordan pub. co., 
Reading, Pa. 



Lenora ; words and music by Max Fin- 
ley, of U. S. Chicago, Evans, Fin- 
ley, Githens. [13742 
© Oct. 9, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390792; E. F. G. music pub. co., 
Indianapolis. 

Leonard (Spencer) Three contrasts, 
by S. Leonard, of Great Britain; 
pianoforte. Contents : — 1. Gaiety, 
maypole dance. — 2. Sadness, valse 
triste. — 3. Remembrance, gavotte. 

[13743 
© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 
E 384841 ; Weekes & co., London. 

Leonardland ; souvenir of famous mel- 
odies, by eminent composers, arr. by 
Edward St. Quentin, of Great Brit- 
ain ; simplified edition without oc- 
taves ; piano with text. [13744 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
1916 ; E 385010 ; Leonard & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on sim- 
plified edition.] 

Leprechaun's (The) dance; by C. 
Villiers Stanford, ed. fingered and 
rev. by Percy Grainger, of Australia, 
domiciled at New York; piano. 
(Four Irish dances no. 3) [13745 
© Sept. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390648; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing, fingering and revision.] 

Let all your troubles go by; words 
and music by Wm. H. Perrins, of 
U. S. [13746 

© Sept. 19, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390447; F. B. Haviland 
pub. co., inc., N. Y„ 

Let me see you smile for just a lit- 
tle while; words and music by E. 
G. Allanson, of U. S. [13747 

© May 25, 1916; 2 c. June 5, 
1916; E 389288; Edward G. Allan- 
son, Anita, la. 

Let's be merry and bright ; words 
and music by George Collins, of 
England. [13748 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381587; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Let the light of Jesus shine thru 
you; words and music by B. F. 
Butts, of U. S. post card. [13749 
© Aug. 29, 1916: 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916; E 390021; Beirjamin F. Butts, 
Haworth, N. J. 



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13764 



Let us now peaise famous men ; a 
commemoration anthem, words from 
Ecclesiasticus xliv, music by H. W. 
Davies, of England f solo and chorus 
of mixed voices & organ. [13750 
© July 14, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381603; Henry Walford 
Davies, London. 

Letter (A) for Santa; text and mu- 
sic by M. O. Wallace, of U. S. 

[13751 
© Oct. 3, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916; 
E 389886; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Leuchtfeuer von Hela am sommera- 
bend. See Trio-suite, no. 2. 

Lezioni di solfeggio ; composte ad uso 
del primo corso di teoria e solfeggio, 
da Paolo Delachi, of Italy. 1. Vol. 1. 
parte 1, 50 solfeggi parlati, parte 2, 
50 solfeggi a due voci. 2. Vol. 2, 
50 solfeggi cantative 4 solfeggi a due 
voci con ace. di piano. 

[13752, 13753 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. each Aug. 4, 
1916 ; E 384807, 384808 ; G. Ricardi 
& co., Milan. 

Libellentanz ; tanzlied aus der oper- 
ette, Der Sterngucker, text von Fritz 
LQhner, musik von Franz Lehar of 
Austria; Klavier zu 2 handen, mit 
iiberlegtem text. [13754 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381347 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 

Liberty Spirit ; inarch and two step, 
music by A. J. Lotz, of U. S. ; piano. 

[13755 
© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390636; 
August John Lotz, Elmhurst, 111. 

Liberty's call ; words by Eleanor 
Scott Sharpless, music by W. L. 
Nassau, of U. S. ; men's voices. 4to. 

[13756 
© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916 ; E 390429 ; Wm. Latta Nassau, 
Philadelphia. 

Lieber, guter Theddy-bar ; tanzlied 
aus der operette. Der sterngucker, 
text von Fritz Lohner, musik von 
Franz Lehar, of Austria ; Klavier 
mit uberl. text. [13757 

© Jan. 14, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381343 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 

Liebesbank (Die) ; lied aus der oper- 
ette, Der weltenbummler, text von 
Beda und Karl Lindau, musik von 



Liebesbank (Die) — Continued. 

Richard Fall, an*, von Martin Uhl, 
of Austria ; gesang und piano. 

[13758 
© Nov. 20, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381358 ; W. Karczag. Vienna. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Liebessprache (The language of 
love) ; melody by Thomas L. Hisgen, 
of U. S., transcribed by Edwin Mc- 
Nally Pinney, of U. S. ; piano. [13759 
© Sept. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 8. 1916 ; 
E 390134; Elmhurst pub co., Elm- 
hurst, N. Y. ♦ 

Ljebeszauber ; operette in drei akten, 
text von Victor Leon, musik von 
Oscar Straus, of Austria, arr. von 
B. Bersa. of Austria ; Klavierauszug 
zu zwei handen, mit iiberlegtem text. 

[13760 
© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 1 c. Jul. 29, 1916 ; 
E 381296; Ludwig Doblinger (Bern- 
hard Herzmansky), Leipzig. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

; walzer nach motiven der gleich- 

namigen operette text von Victor 
Leon, musik von Oscar Straus, arr. 
von Gustav Blasser of Austria; 
klavier zu zwei handen, mit iiber- 
legtem text. [13761 
© Jan 28, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381295; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

; von Oscar Straus. 1. Sa- 

lonorchester, arr. von Martin Uhl, 
of Austria. 2. Grosses orchester. 
arr. von Adolf Ischpold, of Austria. 
4to. [13762, 13763 

© Mar. 18, 1916 ; 1 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381280, 381281; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Liebster, komme; lied aus der oper- 
ette, Der Sterngucker, text von 
Fritz Lohner, musik von Franz 
Lehar, of Austria ; klavier mit iiber- 
legtem text. [13764 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381344; W. Karczag, Vi- 
enna. 

Lied aus Wien. See Schubert (F. P.) 

Llederstrausschen ; sechs kleine fan- 
tasien, iiber kinderlieder, von Ed- 
mund Parlow, of Germany, op. 125 ; 
klavier. Contents: — 1. Suse, liebe 



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Liedeesteausschen — Continued. 
Suse, was raschelt im stroh. — 2. 
Fuchs du hast die gans gestohlen. — 
3. Der mond der scheint, das kind- 
lein weint. — 4. Mann, mann, mann, 
was hast in deinem koberchen. — 5. 
Ein mannlein steht im walde. — 6. 
Tra-ri-ra, der Somraer der is da. 

[13765 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381240 ; D. Rahter, Leipzig. 

Life is a beautiful dee am ; words by 
H. Reynolds, music by Everett J. 
Evans, of U. S. Kansas City, Mo., 
Universal music co. [13766 

© Sept. 13, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916; E 390298; Harry Reynolds, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Life let us cheeish ; waltz, arr. by 
Otto Ebel, of U. S. ; piano. (Very 
first recital pieces in treble and bass 
clefs, no. 18) [13767 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389038; Chandler-Ebel mu- 
sic co., Brooklyn. 

Like a eose you have faded away; 
words by Carl Muller, music by Jim- 
mie McHugh, of U. S. [13768 

© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916; E 389543; David W. Cooper, 
Boston. 

Like a sweet Killaeney eose ; words 

by J. H. Hopkins, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [13769 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 389763; 

Jennie H. Hopkins, St. Clair, Mich. 

Like Apeil's kissing May ; words 
from Felise by Charles Algernon 
Swinburne, music by Bainbridge 
Crist, of U. S. ; high voice in D flat. 

[13770 
© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 389475; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Like as a fathee ; [words from the 
Bible], music by Arthur Berridge, 
of Great Britain. 4to. ( Anthems for 
mixed voices, no. 10739). [13771 
© Aug. 21, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389097; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Like the fjoeds of Scandinavia; 
from The girl from Brazil, lyric by 
Matthew Woodward, music by Sig- 
mund Romberg, of Austria. [13772 
© Aug. 30, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916; E 384995; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



Li'l Liza Jane ; Southern dialect song, 
from Come out of the kitchen, words 
and music by Ada de Lachau, of 
U. S. [13773 

© Oct. 3, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390782 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 
Francisco. 

Lincoln Way; grand march by Lon- 

day P. Reed, of U. S. ; piano. [13774 

© Sept. 1. 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 9, 1916 ; 

E 389437; D. W. Crist, Alliance, O. 

Lindy; words by Frederick H. Mar- 
tens, music by Charles Gilbert 
Spross, of U. S. 4to. 1. Mixed 
voices. 2. Male voices. 3. Women's 
voices. [13775-13777 

© Aug. 18. 1916; 2 c. each Aug. 
17, 1916; E 387863-387865; John 
Church co., Cincinnati. [Copyright 
is. claimed on the arrangement.] 

Lingeeing thoughts ; fantasia by Ar- 
thur Howard Bonser, of England ; 
simplified edition for piano. [13778 
© Aug. 2. 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384833 ; Gould & co., London. 

Liszt (Feanz) Ecologue (Annees de 
pelerinage.) by F. Liszt; revised 
with fingering, pedaling and instruc- 
tive annotations, by Leopold Godow- 
sky, of U. S., for piano ; form, struc- 
ture and harmonic analysis, by Ed- 
gar Stillman Kelley, of U. S. ; bio- 
graphical sketch, by Emerson Whit- 
horne, of U. S. [with recitation 
questions.] (Selected edition pro- 
gressive series, grade 3a, no. 631.) 

[13779 
© Aug. 21, 1916: 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 390026; Art publication so- 
ciety, St. Louis. [Copyright is 
claimed on the revision and anno- 
tations.] 

Lake (The) of Wallenstadt 

(Annees de pelerinage) ; by F. Liszt ; 
revised with fingering, pedaling and 
instructive annotations, by Leopold 
Godowsky, of U. S. ; form, structure 
and harmonic annotations, by Edgar 
Stillman Kelley, of U. S. ; biographi- 
cal sketch, by Emerson Whithorne, 
of U. S. [and recitation questions.] 
(Selected edition progressive series, 
grade 3a, no. 526.) [13780 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 390028; Art publication so- 
ciety, St. Louis. [Copyright is 
claimed on the revisions and anno- 
tations.] • 



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13796 



Little American mother ; words by 

Mrs. F. Y. Nichols, music by J. E. 

Anclino, of U. S. [13781 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389152; 

F. Y. Nichols, Chicago. 

Little (The) bells; English version 
by Stewart A. French, music by 
Steinberg, ed. by J. M. Medvedieff, of 
Russia, domiciled at New York. 

[13782 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 

1916; E 389073; H. W. Gray co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on editing.] 

Little (A) bird. See Winter sketches. 

Little (A) bit of lingerie; words by 

A. Kahn, music by A. & Evelyn Kahn, 

of U. S. [13783 

© 1 c. Sept. 19, 1916; E 390334; 

August Kahn, New York. 

Little (A) bit of ribbon; song from 
the vaudeville production, Some, 
words by Valentine, music by Jas. 
W. Tate, of England. [13784 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916 ; E 384958 ; Francis, Day & 
Hunter. London. 

Little bright eyes. See Mosaics, no. 
3. 

Little (The) chief; polka caprice, by 
Arthur Pryor, of U. S. ; B flat cornet, 
trombone or baritone with piano ace. 

[13785 
© July 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389128; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Little cotton dolly ; plantation song, 
words by Richard Henry Buck, mu- 
sic by Adam Geibel, ed. and arr. by 
Frederic H. Ripley and H. L. Heartz, 
of U. S. ; sop. I, II, and alto, bass 
ad lib. 4to. (Stanhope edition no. 
213) [13786 

© Oct. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; 
E 390854; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Little (The) dandelion; words and 
music by Mae Aileen Erb, of U. S; 
op. 16, no 8. [13787 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390508 ; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Ltttle (The) dream lady; words by 
Ursula Bloom, music by Edmund D. 
La Touche, of England; no. 2 in D. 

[13788 

© Aug. 11, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 12, 

1916 ; E 384861 ; Cary & co., London. 



Little grey home in the West; 
music by Hermann Lohr, of Great 
Britain; arr. for pianoforte solo. 

[13789 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 

1916 ; E 381620 ; Chappell & co., ltd. 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Little Miss Nobody. See Fireside 
miniatures no. 1. 

Little mite of a girl ; from The two 
Janes, lyric by W. M. Cressy, music 
by Max Faethenheuer, of U. S. 

[13790 
© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916 ; E 390399 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Little mother; words by Mrs. S. A. 
Stallings, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [13791 
© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 389749; 
Mrs. S. A. Stallings, Tallassee, Ala. 

Little pieces for little people; by 
Nina D. Hill, of U. S. ; piano. 

[13792 
© Oct. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1916 ; 
E 390772; G. Fred Kranz music co. 
Baltimore. 

Little playmates ; waltz by Morris 
Weston, [pseud of Henry S. Saw- 
yer], of U. S; piano. (Big note 
pieces for little players, no. 1684) 

[13793 
© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916 ; E 390166 ; McKinley music CO., 
Chicago. 

Little red pub on the hill; song 
from Look who's here, a revue, 
words by Worton David, music by 
Nat. D. Ayer, of U. S. [13794 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389111; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Little (The) soldierette; words by 
F. Lyne, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [13795 
© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390384; 
Frank Lyne, Lewis, Cal. 

Little (A) world of our own ; from 
The big show, words by John L. 
Golden, music by Raymond Hubbell, 
of U. S. [13796 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1916 ; 
E 389274; J. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 



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Little yellow dog; words and music 
by Mae Aileen Erb, of U. S. ; op. 16 
no. 3. [13797 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390503; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Livens (Leo); Three studies; by L. 
Livens, of England; pianoforte. 
Contents : — 1. The naiads. — 2. Heart- 
waves. — 3. A hailstorm. [13798 
© Aug. 11, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1916 ; E 384863 ; Leo Livens, % Cary 
& co., London. 

Lolita; words by H. S. Strother, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[13799 
© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916 ; E 389757 ; H. 
S. Strother, Montreal, Canada. 

Lonely (A) maiden; words by S. A. 

Baldwin, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [13800 

© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390372; 

S. A. Baldwin, San Francisco. 

Lonely rose; words and music by 

Norman L. Pollard, of U. S. [13801 

© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916 ; E 389642 ; F. B. Haviland pub. 

co., New York. 

Long, long time before you see my 
face again; words and music by 
Jimmie Cox, of U. S. [13802 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21. 
1916; E 389062; Clarence Williams, 
New Orleans. 

Same. , [13803 

© Sept. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; 
E 390816; Williams & Piron music 
pub. co., New Orleans. 

Longing for you; words by Milton 
Weil and Wm. Parquet, music by 
Ernie Burnett, of U. S. [13804 

© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390581; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Looking seaward; Hawaiian love 
song, words adapted from the Ha- 
waiian, by Clarence Lucas, music by 
Kamamalu, of Great Britain, no. 2 
in G. [13805 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1916 ; E 381524 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Lord, have mercy upon us ; part song, 
music by Ruth B. Rodgers, of U. S. 
(In Church music review, series of 
anthems and services, no. 441) 

[13806 

© Sept. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1916 ; 
E B89359 ; H. W. Gray co., New ; 
York. ' 



Lord Kitchener; music by E. M. 
Cranston, of England; voice and 
piano. [13807 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 22, 
1916 ; E 384914 ; Edith M. Cranston, 
London. 

Lost (The) jewel; words by Nevada 
Roberts, music by Carl Muehlins;, 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher] of U. S. 

[13808 
© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1916; E 390594; 
Nevada Roberts, Pocahontas,. Ark. 

Love dells ; intermezzo by Francis 
Dorel, arr. by Percy E. Fletcher, of 
Great Britain. 4to. military band. 
(Supplemental Journal, no. 154.) 

[13809 
© Aug. 1, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 384902; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Love by parcel post; words by C. P. 
Ketler, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [13810 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1916; E 387855; 
Chas. P. Ketler, Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Love eternal (Von ewiger liebe) ; 
words by Jos. Wentzig, tr. by H. B.. 
music by H. Behr, of U. S. ; high 
voice, in G min. New York, Luck- 
hardt & Belder. [13811 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916 ; E 390428 ; Herman Behr, New 
York. 

Love in Lapland ; words by M. E. Co- 

cayne, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [13812 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390256; 

Mary E. Cocayne, Cedar Rapids, la. 

Love is a star ; words by Wm. -Stanley 
Braithwaite, music by Geo. Clifford 
Vieh, of U. S., low voice in C. 

[13813 
© Sept. 12. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 389467; Boston music co., 
j Boston. 

Love is a traitor; encore song, words 
and music by F. A. Clark, of U. S. ; 
soprano. [13814 

© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1916; E 390339; F. A. Clark, Phila- 
delphia. 

Love is all; song, by M. Hambitzer- 
Ransom, of U. S. [13815 

© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916; E. 389670; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. [Copyright is claimed 
on both words and music] 



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Love is just a lottery; words by- 
Stanley Murphy and Chas. McCar- 
ron, music by Albert Von Tilzer, 
of U. S. [13816 

© Aug. 19, 1916 ; 2 Aug. 30, 1916 ; 
E 389264; Broadway music corp., 
New York. 

Love me my honey most any time at 
all ; from Bringing up father, words 
and music by Frank H. Grey, of U. S. 

[13817 
© Oct. 9, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916; 
E 389868; Harry Von Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 

Love memories ; by E. Roeder, of 

U. S. ; piano. [13818 

© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 

E 389430; Edward Roeder, Chicago. 

Love song; by Rudolph Friml, of 

U. S. ; op. 85 no. 3, piano. [13819 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916; E 390469; G. Schirmer (inc.), 

New York. 

Love the lover ; words and music by 
W. C. Piatt, of U. S. [13820 

© Aug. 17,' 1916; 2 c. Aug. 18, 
1916; E 389054; W. C. Piatt, Chi- 
cago. 

Love, the thief; words by Douglas 
Furber, music by Rodney Burke, of 
Great Britain ; in A flat and B flat. 

[13821 
© Aug. 31, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 6, 
1916; E 385001; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Lovely Hawaiian moon ; by F. G. 

Rempe, of U. S. ; piano. [13822 

© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1916; E 389094; 

Frank George Rempe, Oakland, Cal. 

Lovely kind and kindly loving; 
words by Nicolas Briton, music by 
Louis Victor Saar, of Austria, domi- 
ciled at Cincinnati, O., op. 79, no. 1, 
soprano and tenor duet. [13823 

© Aug. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390667; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Lovely night (Nachtgesang) ; English 
words and music by F. W. Carls- 
bach, pseud, of F. W. C. Autschbach, 
of Germany, domiciled at San Fran- 
cisco ; words and melody only. 

[13824 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1916; E 389096; 
F. W. Carl Autschbach, San Fran- 
cisco. 



Lover's lane meditation ; by Morris 
Weston, [pseud, of Henry S. Saw- 
yer,] of U. S. ; piano. (Big notes 

. for little players, no. 1686) [13825 
© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916 ; E 390168 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Lover's (A) twilight song; words by 
A. Horner, music by Carl Muehling, 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher] of U. S. 

[13826 
© 1 c. Oct. 6, 1916; E 390777; 
Mrs. Alice Horner, Dighton, Kan. 

Love's garden of roses; music by 
Haydn Wood, arr. for pianoforte 
solo. [13827 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1916 ; E 381619 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Love's greeting (Salut d'amour) ; by 
Edward Elgar, op. 12, arr. by M. 
Greenwald, of U. S. ; violin and 
piano. [13828 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390556 ; Century music pub. 
co.,' New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

arr. by Veatrice Crocker, ed. 



and fingered by M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; piano. [13829 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390545 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on ed. and fingering.] 

Love's greeting waltz ; by Elgar, arr. 
by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Old favorites arranged in dance 
form no. 389805.) [13830 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389805; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Love's happy dream ; words by N. 

Taylor, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [13831 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390634; 

Mrs. Nels Taylor, Los Angeles. 

Love's hour; twilight brings me you, 

words by Leila E. Bracy, music by 

Arbutus M. Wolf, of U. S. [13832 
© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 

1916; E 390348; Jerome H. Remick 

& co., New York. 
Love's lure; waltz by Will Lynch, of 

U. S. [13833 

© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916: E 390593; William Barnard 

Lynch, Pittsburg, Kan. 



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Lovliest girl ; ballet, words by Ar- 

mand Winfield Allvn, music bv A. W. 

Allyn and Marie H. Allyn, of U. S. 

[13834 
© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 

1916; E 389646; The Allyns. New 

York. 
Lucille love waltzes ; by Abe Olinan, 

arr. by Baker-Schwarzwald, of U. 

S.; orch. 4to. [13835 

© Aug. 1, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 

1916; E 390265; Carl Fischer, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 
Luella; waltz by C. Fiore, of U. S., 

arr. by Frank C. Harnack, of U. S. ; 

piano. [13836 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389169; 

Charles Fiore, Portland, Or. 
Lullaby; words by H. L. Piner, mu- 
sic by E. Garrett, of U. S. Chicago, 

M. Gamble hinged music co. [13837 
© Sept. 21, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 

1916; E 390323; Elizabeth Garrett, 

El Paso. 
Luna di miele; mazurka elegante by 

Robt. De Socio, of U. S>; mandolin 

or violin. [13838 

© Aug. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 14, 

1916; E 389458; Ferlito & Mica- 

lizi co., New York. 
Lure (The) of the trail; words and 

music by Harvey Worthington 

Loomis, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. 

(Modern series no. 97.) [13839 

© Oct. 5, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1916; 

E 390766; H. W. Gray co., New 

York. 
Lydia ; mazurka by Leslie W. Abbott, 

of U. S. ; piano. [13840 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1916; 

E 389833; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 
Ma-ma hau ming-pai. See Eksotisk 

suite, 3. 
MacGregor's gathering; old Scotch 

song, arr. by J. W. Calderwood, of 

U. S. ; male voices. 4to. [13841 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916 ; E 390524 ; C. W. Thompson & 

co., Boston. 
Mad (The) mullah; a dervish twirl 

by I. Brown, of U. S. ; piano. [13842 
© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389717; 

Ignacio Brown, Los Angeles. 
Madeleine ; waltz by C. Fiore, of U. S., 

arr. by Frank C. Harnack, of U. S. ; 

piano. [13843 

<§ 1 c. Aug. .23, 1916; E 389168; 

Charles Fiore, Portland, Or. 



Madel, die schonste der welt bist 
du; lied aus der operette, Die mil- 
lionengretl', text von Gustav Beer, 
musik von Franz Schonbaumsfeld, 
of Austria ; gesang und klavier. 

[13844 
© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381335 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 

Madel, du hast mir den kopf ver- 
dreht ; marsch aus der operette Die 
schone Schwedin, musik von Robert 
Winterberg, arr. von Martin Uhl, of 
Austria. 1. Wiener quartett, (2 vio- 
linen, guitarre u. akkordeon.) 2. 
Salon orchester. [13845, 13846 

© Mar. 15, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381247, 381248 ; W. Karczag, 
Vienna. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements.] 

Mannlein (Ein) steht im walde. 
See Liederstrausschen no. 5. 

Mah honey dat ah luv' ; words by E. 
T. Ireland, music by Cooper Ire- 
land, of U. S. [13847 

© Sept. 13, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916; E 390401; Willis music co.. 
Cincinnati. 

Mai; poesie de Stephen Liegeard, mu- 
sique de Alfredo Barbirolli, of 
Italy ; chant et piano. [13848 

© June 2, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384928; Hachette & cie, 
Paris. 

Mai poina. See Koni au koni. 

Maid (The) o' the mill; by Auguste 
Cons, of England ; piano solo. Mor- 
ris dances, no. 2. (Royal college edi- 
tion, no. 86.) [13849 

© Aug. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 384825 ; Gould & co., London. 

Maiden's prayer waltz ; by Badar- 
zewska, arr. by M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Old favorites ar- 
ranged in dance form no. 14013) 

[13850 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389802; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Mammy's little coal black rose; 
words bv Raymond Egan, music by 
Richard A. Whiting, of U. S. [13851 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19. 
1916; E 390345; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 



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13868 



Man (The) of the hour; Wilson is 
his name, words and music by Robt. 
Mortimer, [pseud, of Bertram Shap- 
leigh] of U. S. [13852 

© Sept. 13, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916 ; E 396313 ; National music pub. 
co., New York. 

Mandolina : by Theodore Lack, op. 
136; by Franz Hoffmann, of U. S. ; 
piano. [13853 

© Aug. 19. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 3S9165; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on new matter]. 

Mandolinata ; par E. Paladilhe, of 
France, soigneusement trancrit pour 
violon seul. 4to. (Choix de grands 
sucees, no. 5.) [13854 

© July 27, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 381542; Heugeletcie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion.] 

MANX, MANN, MANN, WAS HAST IN 

deinem koberchen. See Lieder- 
strausschen no. 4. 

Manner (The) of responding at 
mass. See Bonvin (Ludwig) Three 
Gregorian masses. 

Man's (A) song; song by Reginald 
Billin, of U. S. [13855 

© Oct. 4. 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4. 1916 ; 
E 389830; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Mansions fair ; words by J. A. Nelon, 
music by Geo. W. Bacon, of U. S. 

[13856 
© Sept. 5. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1916 ; E 390208 ; James Alfred Nelon, 
Uree, N. C. 

March. See Bach (J. S.)— Bizet 
( Georges ) 

Mabch-entotjb ; by Everett J. Evans, 
arr. by Mackie-Byer. of U. S ; band, 
4to [13857 

© Aug. 30. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916 ; E 389257 ; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 

March (A) jig (Maguire's kick) ; by 
C. Yilliers Stanford, ed. fingered and 
rev. by Percy Grainger, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Four Irish dances no. 1.) 

[13858 

© Sept. 22. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 23, 

1916; E 389571; J. Fischer & bro. 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on editing, fingering and revision] 



March of the daffodils ; by Carol 
Sherman, of U. S. ; piano. (In 
grandma's garden no. 14058) [13S59 
© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389828; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

March of the toys ; on a theme from 
Robert Schumann, by Oscar E. 
Schminke, of U. S. ; organ, obi. 
8vo. [13860 

© Sept. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390646; J. Fischer & bro., 
NeAv York. 

Marche de Mam'zelle Boy-scout ; mu- 
sique de Gustave Goublier, of 
France; orchestre, avec piano-cond. 
4to. [13861 

© July 27, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 381552; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. 

Marche des Benjamins ; par E. Sut- 
ter, of France ; orchestre avec piano 
conductor. 4to. [13862 

© June 23. 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384936; Hachette & cie., 
Paris. 

Marches ; by H. R. Patrick, of Ire- 
land. 1. 1st bugle and drums. 2. 
1st and 2nd bugles, obi. 24mo. 

[13863. 13864 
© July 12, 1916 ; 1 c. each Aug. 3, 
1916; E 381457, 381458; Hawkes & 
son, London. 

Marches militaires des Allies ; re- 
cueillies et arrangers par Ad. Gau- 
win, of France ; piano, nos. 1-7. 4to. 

[13865 

© May 27. 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 

1916; E 384930; Hachette et cie., 

Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 

compilation. ] 

Marching song; words by C. D. 
Steiner, music by G. H. Johnson, of 
U. S. [13866 

© Aug. 16. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916 ; E 389496 ; Gordon H. Johnson, 
Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Marcia dei territoriali ; di Guido 
Zuccoli, of Italy ; pianoforte. 

[13867 
© Sept. 7. 1916 ; 1 c. Sept. 8. 1916 ; 
E 385023 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Marcia pomposa ; by George Noyes 
Rockwell, of U. S. ; pipe organ. 

[13868 
© Oct. 4. 1916; 2 c. Oct. 4. 1916; 
E 389818; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



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Maria Make (My Marie) ; valse by E. 
Di Capua, arr. by M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Recreations for the 
pianoforte, series IV, no. 1806) 

[13869 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916 ; E 390529 ; Century music pub. 

co.. New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

■ serenata napolitana, por E. Di 

Capua, arr. de Antonio Macias C, 
of Mexico, domiciled at El Paso, 
Tex. ; canto y piano. [13870 

© Aug. 3, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390687; Edmundo C. Argii- 
elles, El Paso, Tex. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

Marsch. See Bruder und Schwester, 
no. 1. 

Marschieren. See Brahms (Johannes) 

Mass for the dead. See Bonvin (Lud- 
wig) Three Gregorian Masses. 

Mass 1. De Angelis. See Bonvin 
(Ludwig) Three Gregorian Masses. 

Mass 2. Cuncttpotens. See Bonvin 
(Ludwig) Three Gregorian Masses. 

Massenet (Jules Emile Frederic) 
Aragonaise; du ballet du cid, par J. 
Massenet, of Prance, soigneusement 
transcrit. 1. Flute seule. 2. Violon 
seul. ( Choix de grands succes, no. 4. ) 
[13871, 13872 
© July 27, 1916 ; 1 c. each Aug. 12, 
1916; E 381543, 381544; Huegel et 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription.] 

Melodie ; elegy from the Erynnies, 

by Jules Massenet, op. 10, tran- 
scribed by Vahdah Olcott-Bickford, 
of U. S. ; op. 41, guitar solo. [13873 
© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390473; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Prelude, et Clair de lune; de 

Werther, par J. Massenet, of France, 
soigneusement transcrits pour violon 
seul. 4to. (Choix de grands succes, 
no. 8.) [13874 

© July 27, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1916; E 381540; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription.] 

Thai's ; meditation, de l'opera de 

J. Massenet, of France, soigneuse- 
ment transcrit. 1. Violon seul. 2. 
Flute seule. [13875, 13876 

© July 27, 1916; 1 c. each Aug. 
12, 1916; E 381549, 381550; Heugel 
et cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on transcriptions.] 



Master and scholar; melodious four- 
hand pieces for teacher and pupil, by 
Carl Rolling, of U. S. ; piano. The 
primo part within the compass of 5 
tones. [13877 

© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389795 ; Theo. Presser co., Phila 
delphia. 

Master melodies from famous light 
operas ; by C. J. Roberts, arr. by 
V. F. Safranek, of U. S. ; military 
band. [13878 

© Sept. 9, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390489; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

arr. by H. F. Odell, of U. S. ; 

mandolin orchestra, revue 1. [13879 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389129; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Maui girl; arr. by J. F. Roach, of U. 
S. ; steel guitar. Cincinnati, O., 
Roach-Frankland. [13880 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389372; James F. Roach, 
Cincinnati. 

Mavourneen, won't you name .the 
day ; words and music by A. Don- 
nelly, of U. S. [13881 
© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1916; E 390820; 
Antoinette Donnelly, Chicago. 

May I waltz with you ; poem and 
music by F. E. Ashman, of U. S., 
arr. by Raymond A. Browne, of 
U. S. [13882 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390110; 
Fred E. Ashman, Providence, R. I. 

Maybe ; waltz ballad, words by H. S. 
Steege, music by Eddie Miller, of 
U. S. .[13883 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389337; Steege, Miller co., 
Harrisburg, 111. 

Mazas (F.) Forty selected studies 
for the violin; by F. Mazas, op. 36, 
rev. by Sam Franko, of U. S. 1. 
Book II. 2. Book I. (Schirmer's 
library of musical classics, vols. 1259 
and 1258). [13884, 13885 

© Aug. 18, 1916 ; 2 c. each Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389101, 389102; G. Schir- 
mer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on critical revision.] 

Mazie Dell, my sweetheart ; words 
by M. V. Kelly, music by H. B. Ro- 
land, of U. S. [13886 
© 1 c' Oct. 3, 1916; E 389732; 
M. V. Kelly, Milwaukee. 



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no. 10, 1916 



13903 



Mazurka; by Reinhold Gliere, trans- 
scribed by Arthur Hartmann, of U. 
S. ; violin & piano. (Boston music 
co., violin music with pianoforte 
accomp., sixth series no. 303.) 

[13887 
© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 389469; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Mazurka de Coppela. See Delibes 
(Leo) 

Meadowsweet; dance interlude by 
Percy Bowie, arr. by J. Orel Hume, 
of Great Britain; brass band. 4to. 
(Brass and reed band journal no. 
568.) [13888 

© Aug-. 9. 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 384893; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Meditation ; on Russian and other 
themes, by S. B. Thorpe, of Eng- 
land; piano. [13889 
© July 17, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 8, 
1916; E 384838; Bos worth & co., 
London. 

Meditation a Sainte Clotilde ; by 
Philip James, of U. S. ; organ. 

[13890 
© Sept. 13, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390650; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Meet me in dreams ; ballad, lyric by 
Ambrose D. Gring, music by Ramon 
L. Corpus, of U. S. Boston, Sym- 
phony pub. co. [13891 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389099; Corpus & Gring, 
Boston. 

Meet me there ; novelty song, words 
and music by Wm. B. Davy, of U. S. 

[13892 
© Sept. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1916 ; 
E 389342; William B. Davy, Chi- 
cago. 

Meet me when the lights are gleam- 
ing low ; words and music by E. G. 
Allanson, of U. S. [13893 

© May 1, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1916; E 389290; Edward G. Allan- 
son, Anita, la. 

MEIN HERZ 1ST WIE DER JUNGE MAI J 

walzerszene, aus der operette, Der 
sterngucker, text von Fritz Lohner, 
musik von Franz Lehar, of Austria ; 
klavier mit uberl. text. [13894 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381342; W. Karczag, Vi- 
enna. 



Mein kale ; by D. Meyrowitz, of U. S. ; 

violin. [13895 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23, 

1916; E 389171; Albert Teres, New 

York. 

Meine seele erhebt den Herrn. (My 
' soul doth magnify) ; Magnificat, mu- 
sic by B. Wambsganss, of U. S. ; 
chorus for mixed voices. 4to. 

[13896 

© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 

E 384849; B Wambsganss, Buffalo. 

Melodie. See Massenet (J. E. F.) 

Melodie elegiaque; by Rene L. 
Becker, of U. S., op. 2 ; organ. 

[13897 
© Sept. 7, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1916 ; E 389556 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Melodie triste ; by Beatrice D. Ast- 
ley, of Great Britain; full organ, 
obi. Svo. (Western organist, no. 
41.) [13898 

© July 26, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 8, 
1916 ; E 384842 ; Weekes & co., Lon- 
don. 

Melody; by Richard Czerwonky, of 

U. S. ; violin and piano. [13899 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 

1916; E 389130; Carl Fischer, New 

York. 

Melody in D flat ; by F. S. Stever, of 
U. S. ; piano. [13900 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390589 ; Florence Swan Ste- 
ver, Creston, la. 

Melody in F ; by Anna Priscilla 
Risher, of U. S. ; op. 10, no. 3, piano. 

[13901 
© Sept. 5. 1915; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1915; E 390493; B. F. Wood music 
co, Boston. 

See also Rubenstein (A. G.) 

Melody (The) of a far-off voice; 
words by Margaret Adair Farrah, 
music by Ruth Dodge, of U. S. 
Sandy Lake, Margaret Adair Far- 
rah. [13902 
© Oct. 9, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390791; Mrs. Charles E. Farrah, 
Sandy Lake, Pa. 

Melody (The) of my dream; words 
by Frank Chodorov, music by Abe 
Oleman, of U. S. [13903 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916 ; E 389092 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, inc., Chicago. 



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Melody of youth ; by F. D. Moore, O. 
Gardner, and M. Rose of U. S; 
piano. [13904 

© 1 c. Sept. 21, 1916; E 389690; 
Fred D. Moore, Oscar Gardner, and 
Morris Rose, New York. 

Memories of Bethlehem, a Christmas 
service; text by Lizzie DeArmond ; 
music by E. S. Lorenz. New York, 
Dayton, O. [etc.] Lorenz publishing 
co., 1916. 8vo. [13905 

© Sept. 19, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Sept. 25, 1916; A 436980; Lorenz 
pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Memories of childhood ; words by M. 
Keskula, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [13906 
© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389727; 
Mary Keskula, Roxbury, Mass. 

Men o' the North ; words and music 
by Harry R. Pearse, of Canada. 

[13907 
© Aug. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 
E 384834; C. H. L. Jones, Sault 
Saint Marie, Ontario Canada. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix ) For so hath the Lord ; 
by F. Mendelssohn, ed. and arr. by 
W. Ethelbert Fischer and [E. A. 
Bollinger] of U. S. ; two equal voices 
and piano ace. (Norwood actavo 
edition no. 0-7.) [13908 

© Sept. 28. 1916; 2 c. Oct. 2, 
1916; E 390689; Jos. Krolage music 
co., Cincinnati. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 

■ On the water (Wasserfahrt) ; 

four part chorus, poem by H. Heine, 
English version by Sigmund Spaeth, 
music by F. Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, 
ed. by Louis Koemmenich, of U. S. ; 
men's voices, a capella. (8vo. cho- 
ruses no. 6567) [13909 
© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1916; E 390605; G. Schirmer, inc.. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing] 

Mensch (Der) soll nicht allein 
sein ; lied aus der operette, Der 
sterngucker, text von Fritz Lohner, 
musik von Franz Lehar, of Austria ; 
klavier, mit uberlegtem text. [13910 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 381340 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 

Menuett. See Bruder und schwester, 
no. 3. 

Menuetto. See' Ballet suite. 



Me-ow, boyt-wow ; words by J. E. 
Nott-Barnes, music by Jewell Hen- 
nessy [i. e. George Jewell Hennessy] 
of England. [13911 

© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 16, 1916 ; 
. E 381566; John Edward Nott- 
Barnes, London. 

Merry Christmas ; text by M. A. G. 
Eddington ; music by F. B. Holton. 
Dayton, O., Lorenz publishing com- 
pany, 1916. 8vo. 1; 13912 
© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Sept. 18, 1916; A 436849; Lorenz 
pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Merry days ; by Anna Priscilla Risher, 

of U. S. ; op. 10. no. 4. piano. 13913 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25. 

1916; E 390494; B. F. Wood music 

co., Boston. 

Merry hearts dance; by Morris 
Weston, [pseud of Henry S. Saw- 
yer], of U. S., piano. (Big note 
pieces for little players, no. 1683.) 

[13914 
© Sept. 11. 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916 ; E 390165 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Merry (The) hunter; by Ludwig 
Renk, of U. S., op. 2, no. 4; pf. 
(Varied scenes, no. 4). [13915 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct 4 1916; 
E 389813; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Merry huntsman; (Frohlicher jagers- 
mann) ; by G. Merkel, op. 31, no. 2.,. 
ed. bv Franz Hoffmann, of U. S. ; 
piano. [13916 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 389166; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on simplified edition]. 

Merry, (The) merry lark; See Nevin 

(Ethelbert). 
Mexican (The) blues; words and 
music bv Arthur C. Newton of U. S. 

[13917 
© Sept. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1916 ; 
E 389425 ; A. C. Newton, El Paso. 

Mexico, Mexico, look out for Doodle 
Dandy; words and music by Cash 
Holly, of U. S. Indianapolis, Inch 
International printing co. [13918 
© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept 23, 
1916; E 389568; Edwin A. Hunt, 
Indianapolis. 



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13934 



Meyekbeek (Giacomo) ; Coronation 
March; from The Prophet, by G. 
Meyerbeer, adapted and arr. by R. 
Krentzlin. of Germany ; piano, with- 
out octaves. [13919 
© Aug. 14, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 16. 
1916; E 384885; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation.] 

arr. by M. Greenwald, of 

U. S. ; piano, four hands. [13920 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept 25, 

1916 ; E 390550 ; Century music pub. 

co., New York. [Copyright is 

cJ aimed on arr.] 

'Mid scenes of childhood ; words by 

F. Craycroft, jr., music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [13921 

© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390619; 

Frank Craycroft, Fresno, Cal. 

'Mid the golden eod and daisies 
sweetheaet mine ; words by S. Al- 
dous, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [13922 

© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389602; 
Stephen Aldous, Alexandria Bay, 
N. Y. 

Midnight (The) bugle call; words 
by P. Cacosso, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [13923 
© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390115; 
Peter Cacosso, Orange, N. J. 

Midnight kiss ; musical play in 1 act, 

lyrics by Fred de Gresac, music by 

William McKenna, of U. S. [13924 

© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; D 19707 ; Fred 

de Gresac, Grantwood, N. J. 

Midway; one or two-step, by E. G. 
Allanson, of U. S. ; piano. [13925 

© May 25, 1916; 2 c. June 5, 
1916; E 389289; Edward G. Allan- 
son, Anita, la. 

Mignon. See Thomas (C. L. A.) 

Militaey tactics ; march, one step- 
two step, compiled and arr. by 
George Rosey, of U. S. ; orch. and 
piano. 4to. [13926 

© July 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916; E 390184; G. M. Rosenberg, 
New York. 

Miniatube peelude. See Bach (J. S.) 

Minnie gavotte; by Carl Wilhelm 
Kern, of U. S., op. 318, no. 4 ; piano. 
(Miniature dances for young pian- 
ists, no. 4). [13927 
© May 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1916; E 389523; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



Minuet ; on a theme by Tschaikowsky, 
by Albert Stoessel, of U. S. ; violin 
and piano. [13928 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 389633; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

See also Ballet suite. — Bach 

(J. S.)— Mozart (W. A.) 

Minuet and teio. See Mozart 
(W. A.) 

Minuet in G, no. 2. See Beethoven 
(Ludvig van) 

Minuetto. See Beethoven (Ludwig 
van) 

Minute (The) ciecle whiel; by I. C. 

Sherer, of U. S. ; piano. [13929 

© July 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 

1916 ; E 390197 ; Irene Cozad Sherer, 

Kansas City, Mo. 

Minute (The) man; words and mu- 
sic by M. G. Bowen, of U. S. Salt 
Lake City, Utah, G. H. Schuster mu- 
sic co. [13930 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 390205; Marion Grant 
Bowen, Salt Lake City. 

Mischa Elman maech; by Edwin 
Franko Goldman, arr. by M. L. Lake, 
of U. S. ; military band. 4to. 

[13931 
© July 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389131; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Miss Speingtime; selection from Lit- 
tle Miss Springtime, by Emmerich 
Kalman, arr. by Chas. N. Grant, of 
U. S. ; piano. [13932 

© Oct. 12, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 12, 
1916; E 389914; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Missa de angelis ; edited and adapt- 
ed with organ ace. composed by 
Walter S. Vale, of England ; voices 
and organ. 4to. Contents : — Kyrie. 
— Credo. — Sanctus. — Agnus Dei. — ■ 
Gloria in excelsis. [13933 

© July 14, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 3, 1916 ; 
E 381461 ; G. Schirmer, ltd., London. 

Me. Manhattan ; selection from the 
musical play, composed by Howard 
Talbot, selected and arr. by Clif- 
ford Courtenay, of England; piano- 
forte. [13934 
© May 24, 1916; 1 c. June 20, 
1916; E 384329; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 



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Me. Manhattan — Continued. 

waltz Lolotte, on melodies from 

the musical play, by Howard Talbot, 
arr. by Bertram Lestrange, of Eng- 
land ; piano. [13935 
© July 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 
E 384835; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. 

Me. Mendelssohn, when you weote 
that tune you must have been 
thinking of me ; words and music 
by Kennedy Russell, of England. 

[13936 
© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384949; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

Mistee Patrick Heney must have 

BEEN A MARRIED MAN | from So Long 

Letty, lyric and music by Earl Car- 
roll, of U. S. [13937 

© Sept. 28, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1916 ; E 389638 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Mistee Tosti, why did you weite 
Good-bye ; words and music by Jean 
C. Havez, of U. S. [13938 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1916; E 390344; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Mistletoe; words by Walter de la 
Mare, music by Bainbridge Crist, 
of U. S. ; low voice in D. [13939 

© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 389474; Boston music co.. 
Boston. 

Mrs. Holmes taught Sherlock all 
he knew ; by Alex. Sullivan and 
Harry De Costa, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus, of U. S. ; key of C. orch. 

[13940 

© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916; E 389494; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

MlT DEN KLEINEN MA.DERLN 1ST ES 

schluss ; lied aus der operette, 
Liebeszauber, musik von Oscar 
Straus. 1. Salonorchester, arr. von 
Martin Uhl, of Austria. 2. Grosses 
orchester, arr. von Adolf Isclipold. 
of Austria. 4to. [3941, 13942 

© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. each July 29, 
1916; E 381282, 381283; Ludwig 
Doblinger (Bernhard Herzmansky), 
Leipzig. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangements.! 



MlT DEN KLEINEN MA.DERLIN 1ST ES 

schluss — Continued. 

— text von Victor Leon, musik 

von Oscar Straus, of Austria ; gesang 
und piano. [13943 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381291; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernhard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 

Molly Moegan ; words by Edward 
Teschemacher, music by Herbert 
Oliver, of Great Britain, no. 3 in E 
flat. [13944 

© Aug. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 

E 384851; Joseph Henry Larway, 

London. 

Moments of leisuee; by Fr. Warnke- 

Muller, of U. S., op. 8, no. 1; piano. 

[13945 
© Sept. 30, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 10, 
1916 ; E 389904 ; Colby & Pryibil, Los 
Angeles. 

Mon jaedin de eoses ; Venetian sere- 
nade a. la valse hesitation, by Her- 
man E. Schulz, of U. S. ; piano. 

[13946 

© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916; E 389503; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 
Mon petit seegent ; chansonnette, pa- 
roles de R. Brisson, musique de 
Lormes et Payette, of Canada ; chant 
et piano. [13947 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 25, 
1916; E 384923; Louis Payette, Mon- 
treal, Canada. 
Mon soldat (My soldier lad) ; mu- 
sique de Louis Payette, arr. by S. 
Deshon, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [13948 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 23, 
1916 ; E 389564 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

■ arr. bv Tom Clark, of U. S. ; 

band. [13949 

© Sept. 19, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916 ; E 390446 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 
Monaedo; romance, by B. A. Reisman, 
arr. by Wm. Schultz, of U. S. ; vio- 
loncello or violin. 4to. [13950 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1916; E 389375; Benj. A. Reisman, 
Atlantic City. 
Monasteey (The) bells; words by 
Wirt B. Phillips, music by Lefebure- 
Wely, of U. S., arr. by Walter H. 
Lewis ; male voices. 4to. [13951 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E< 390525; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 



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13967 



Monastery bells valse; by Lefebure- 
Wely, arr. by M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; pf. [13952 

© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389808; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement]. 

Mond (Der) der scheint, das kind- 
lein weint. See Liederstrausschen 
no. 3. 

M-o-n-e-y ; words and music by Lew 
Payton, of U. S., arr. by H. E. Rog- 
ers, of U. S. [13953 
© 1 c. Oct. 2, 1916; E 390706; 
Lew Peyton, New York. 

Money ( The ) rag ; words by I. L. 

Zemon, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [13954 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389153; 

Irwin L. Zemon, Boston. 

MONTREAT HYMNS, PSALMS AND GOSPEL 

songs. C. M. Alexander, editor. 
Montreat, N. C, Mountain retreat 
association [1916] 8vo. [13955 

© Aug. 28, 1916: 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; aff. Sept. 19, 1916; A 437750; 
Charles M. Alexander, Philadelphia. 

Moon (The) flower; first nocturne 
by Carol Sherman, of U. S. ; piano. 
(In Grandma's garden no. 14059) 

[13956 
© Oct. 4, 1916; 2c. Oct. 4, 1916; 
E 389827; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Moonlight makes me long for you; 
words and music by F. H. Gillespie, 
of U. S. [13957 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1916 ; E 389184 ; Frank H. Gillespie, 
Pittsburgh. 

Moonlight on the valley ; words by 
W. A., music by Maude Valerie 
White, of Great Britain. [13958 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 14. 
1916 ; E 381560 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 



Morgonen. See Petre (Torsten) 
Sanger, no. 2. 



Tre 



Morning ; words by Dwight W. Mar- 
vin, music by James C. Warhurst, of 
U. S. ; male voices. 8vo. [13959 

© Oct. 4, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916; 
E 389873; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 



Morning (The) ride; by Anna Pris- 
cilla Risher, of U. S. ; op. 10, no. 5, 
piano. [13960 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390495; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Mosaic; by H. F. Odell, of U. S., op. 
58; mandolin duo. (Mandolin duos 
no. 2) [13961 

© Sept. 30, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1916; E 389695; H. F. Odell & co., 
Boston. 

Mosaics; 6 little instructive pianoforte 
pieces, by Walter L. Twinning, of 
Great Britain. Contents. — 1. A 
hunting song. — 2. Rosemary. — 3. Lit- 
tle bright eyes. — 4. Solace. — 5. La 
danseuse. — 6. Evening hymn. 

[13962 
© July 18, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 1, 1916 ; 
E 384800; Alfred Lengnick & co., 
London. 

Most popular songs of patriotism in- 
cluding the national songs of all the 
countries in the world. 8vo. [13963 
© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Sept. 2, 1916; A 438241; Hinds, 
Hayden & Eldredge, inc., New York. 

Most wonderful of all ; words by 
Adrian Ross, music by Lao Sil§su, 
of England ; in E flat, F. G. & A. 

[13964 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 2, 
1916; E 384996; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Mother; from Her soldier boy, by 
Emmerich Kalman, arr. by Wm. J. 
C. Lewis, of Gt. Britain ; orch. 4to. 

[13965 

© Sept. 17, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 389782; Karczag pub. co. 
inc. New York. 

■ words by A. Shields, music by 

Harlan P. Lombard, of U. S. North 
Eastham, Mass. Harlan P. Lom- 
bard. [13966 

© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390430; Mrs. Anna Shields, 
North Eastham, Mass. 

Mother dear for you I'm longing ; 
words by A. L. Jackson, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [13967 

© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1916; E 390807; 
Arthur L. Jackson, Windsor, Ont„ 
Canada. 



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Mother Moscow ; poem by Feodor 
Glinka, English version by Kurt 
Schindler and Deems Taylor, of 
U. S., music by P. Tchesnokoff, op. 
35, no. 3; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Modern series no. 102.) [13968 

© Oct. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1916 ; 
E 390767 ; H. W. Gray co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on English 
version and arrangement] 

Mother will welcome me home; 

words by M. A. Lamb, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [13969 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390119; 

Mamie A. Lamb, Chula, Ark. 

Mother's good night song ; words and 
music by H. C. Weasner, of U. S. 

[13970 
© Sept. 27, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390641; H. C. Weasner & 
co. Buffalo. 

Mother's love is the sweetest love 
of all; words and music by C. B. 
Weston, of U. S. [13971 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390516; Charles B. Weston, 
Brooklyn. 

Mother's memory ; words and music 

by S. Becker, of Russia, domiciled 

at Minneapolis, Minn. [13972 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389291; 

Sam Becker, Minneapolis. 

Mother's picture in the frame; 

words by P. F. Morrissey, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [13973 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390114; 

P. F. Morrissey, Auburn, N. Y. 

Mother's song at twilight; words 
by Jos. Hiller, music by Geo. F. 
Olcott and R. R. Lowry, of U. S. 

[13974 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1916; E 390453; Fidelity music co., 
Pittsburg. 

MOTO PERPETUO AND INTERMEZZO; by 

C. Edgar Ford, of Great Britain; 
full organ, obi. 8vo. (New series 
no. 46) [13975 

© Aug. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 8, 1916 ; 
E 384845 ; Midland music press, 
Leamington, England. 

Mousie Grey ; words and music by 
Mae Aileen Erb, of IT. S. ; op. 16, 
no. 2. [13976 

© Sept. 5, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390502; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 



Moving picture waltz ; by M. C. 
Bales, of U. S. ; piano or organ. 

[13977 

© Oct. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; 
E 390836; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 



Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Alle- 
gro; by W. A. Mozart, adapted and 
edited by R. Krentzlin, of Germany ; 
pianoforte. (In First year Mozart; 
Schmidt's educational series, no. 
151.) [13978 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381468; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 



— Andante with variations ; by W. 
A. Mozart, adapted and edited by 
R. Krentzlin, of Germany ; piano- 
forte. (In First year Mozart; 
Schmidt's educational series, no. 
151.) [13979 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381481; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston, Mass. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation.] 

Andantino ; by W. A. Mozart, 

adapted and edited by R. Krentzlin. 
of Germany ; pianoforte. (In First 
year Mozart ; Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 151.) [13980 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381477; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

— First year Mozart ; 15 selected 
compositions, by W. A. Mozart, 
adapted, arr. & edited by R. 
Krentzlin, of Germany ; pianoforte. 
(Schmidt's educational series, no. 
151.) [13981 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381466; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation, arrangement and edit- 
ing.] 

— Introduction ; by W. A. Mozart, 
adapted and edited by R. Krentzlin, 
of Germany; pianoforte. (In First 
vear Mozart; Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 151.) [13982 

© Aus. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381467; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. {Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



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13995 



Mozaet (Wolfgang Amadeus) — Contd. Mozaet (Wolfgang Amadeus) — Contd. 



— Landler ; by W. A. Mozart, adapt- 
ed and edited by R. Krentzlin, of 

Germany ; pianoforte. (In First 
year Mozart ; Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 151.) [13983 

© Aug. 3. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381472; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

— Minuet ; by W. A. Mozart, adapt- 
ed and edited by R. Krentzlin, of 
Germany, pianoforte; (In First year 
Mozart ; Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 151.) [13984 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4. 1916 ; 
E 381479; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

from Divertimento in D, by 



W. A. Mozart, arr. by W. P. Mero, 
of U. S. ; piano four hands. [13985 
© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916; E 390056; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on the arrangement.] 

from Don Juan, by Mozart, 



ed. and fingered by M. Greenwald, 
of U. S. ; piano. (Recreations for 
the pianoforte, series IV, no. 1813) 

[13986 

© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 

1916 ; E 390536 ; Century music pub. 

co., New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on editing and fingering.] 

— Minuet and trio ; by W. A. Mo- 
zart, adapted and edited by R. 
Krentzlin, of Germany ; pianoforte. 
(In First year Mozart; Schmidt's 
educational series, no. 151.) [13987 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381476; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

— Prelude in F ; by W. A. Mozart, 
adapted and edited by R. Krentzlin, 
of Germany ; pianoforte. (In First 
year Mozart; Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 151.) [13988 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381471; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

— Romanza ; by W. A. Mozart, 
adapted and edited by R. Krentzlin, 
of Germany ; pianoforte. (In First 
year Mozart; Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 151.) [13989 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381480; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

915 



— Rondoletto; by W. A. Mozart, 
adapted and edited by R. Krentzlin, 
of Germany ; pianoforte. (In First 
year Mozart ; Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 1.51.) [18990 

© Aug. 3, 1916 : 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381473; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

— Scherzino ; by W. A. Mozart, 
adapted and edited by R. Krentzlin, 
of Germany ; pianoforte. (In First 
year Mozart; Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 151.) [13991 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381469; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

— Six classic pieces ; by Mozart, 
Beethoven and Chopin, revised by 
Henri Leon Leroy, of France; clari- 
net in B flat & A, with piano or or- 
gan. Contents :• — 1. Larghetto from 
op. 108.— 2. Adagio from op. 107, 
with organ, trans, by Marcel Du- 
pre\ — 3. Romance, op. 50, and 4. 
Adagio, op. 13, by Beethoven. — 5. 
Nocturne, op. 15, no. 2-6. Valse in 
D flat. op. 64. no. 1. by Chopin. 

[13992 
© June 17, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 3S4926; Henri Leon Leroy, 
Paris. 

— Toccatina ; by W. A. Mozart, 
adapted and edited by R. Krentzlin, 
of Germany ; pianoforte. (In First 
year Mozart; Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 151.) [13993 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381475; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

— Variations ; on a French melody, 
Ah. vous dirai — Je, maman, by W. 
A. Mozart, adapted and edited by R. 
Krentzlin, of Germany ; pianoforte. 
(In First year Mozart, Schmidt's 
educational series, no. 151.) [13994 

© Aug. 3. 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381478; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

— Viennese waltz ; by W. A. Mozart, 
adapted and edited by R. Krentzlin, 
of Germany ; pianoforte. (In First 
year Mozart; Schmidt's educational 
series, no. 151.) [13995 

© Aug. 3. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916; 
E 381474; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 



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Mozart (Wolfgang Amadetjs) — Contd. 

■ Waltz ; by W. A. Mozart, adapted 

and edited by R. Krentzlin, of Ger- 
many ; pianoforte. (In First year 
Mozart; Schmidt's educational se- 
ries, no. 151.) [13996 

© Aug. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1916 ; 
E 381470; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

' 19 e sonate ; von W. A. Mozart, 

oeur. posth. en fa majeur, revue et 
doigtee par. L. Diemer, of France; 
piano. [13997 

© June 17, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384934; Henry Lemoine & 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision & fingering.] 

Municipal (The) loose leaf violin 
method; by Frederick W. Ortmann, 
of U. S. ; violin. [13998 

© July 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389132; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Murmuring breezes. See Shadow pic- 
tures. 

Musette. See Ballet suite. 

MUSIKALISCHE GRUSSE FUR FROHE 

feste; eine sammlung von vort- 
ragen, lieder u. duette, fur kleine 
und grossere kinder, herausgegeben 
von Maria von Werth, of Germany. 
11. Abteilung, Hochzeitsfeier. 

[13999 

© Dec. 30, 1914; 1 c. July 15, 
1916; E 385082; P. J. Tonger, 
Cologne a/Rh., Germany. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

My ain fond love; words and music 
by Winnie Hutton, of England. 

[14000 

© Aug. 29, 1916: 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1916; E 381624; J. B. Cramer & 
co., ltd., London. 

My America; words and music by J. 
G. Dailey, of U. S. Philadelphia, 
J. G. Dailey music co. [14001 

© July 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916; E 390177; James Gerald 
Dailey, Philadelphia. 

My Arabian girl; words and music 
by J. V. Nicolay, of U. S. [14002 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389162; 
Joseph Van Gelder Nicolay, Brook- 
lyn. 



My bridal boquet; words by N. Tay- 
lor, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[14003 
© 1 c. Sept. 27, 1916; E 390635; 
Mrs. Nels Taylor, Los Angeles. 

My castle in the air; from Little 
Miss Springtime, words by P. G. 
Wodehouse, music by Jerome Kern, 
of U. S. [14004 

© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916; E 390153; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

My charming dusky maid ; words and 
music by J. L. Sullivan, of U. S. 

[14005 
© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390250; 
J. L. Sullivan, Elmhurst, N. Y. 

My choice; words and music bv Mrs. 
C. H. Morris, of U. S. '[14006 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389080; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

My country; march by W. C. Kihn- 
lein, arr. by Luther A. Clark, of 
U. S. ; piano. [14007 

© Sept. 1, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 22. 
1916 ; E 389511 ; Wesley C. Kihnlein, 
Centralia, 111. 

My dear old home in Belgium ; words 

by I. F. Still, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [14008 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389724; 

I. F. Still, Ossining, N. Y. 

My dear old Ohio home; words and 
music by J. L. Rose, arr. by James 
H. Whelpley, of U. S. Washington 
C. H., O., Irvin music printing co. 

[14009 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 390194; J. Loring Rose, 
Washington C. H., O. 

My dream-garden ; words by Mabel 
C. Leigh, music by William McLean, 
of Great Britain; no. 4 in F. 

[14010 

© July 24, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916 ; E 385005 ; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London, W. 

words by Richard Baines, music 

by Rodney Burke of Great Britain; 
no. 1 in G. [14011 

© Aug. 31, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 6, 
1916 ; E '385000 ; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 



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14030 



My dkeam man ; words by Martheen 

Miller, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [14012 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389729; 

Mrs. David Miller, Aneta, N. D. 

My dkeam of you; by P. Berman, of 
U. S.; piano. [14013 

© 1 c. Aug. 22, 1916; E 389232; 
Phil Berman, Chicago. 

My Father knows ; words and music 

by E. A. Yates, of U. S. [14014 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 

1916; E 390277; Esther Adella 

Yates, Morristown, N. J. 

My field ; poem by N. Arbouzov, EDg- 
lish version by Stewart A. French, 
music by V. Sokolov, ed. by J. M. 
Medvedieff, of Russia, domiciled at 
New York. [14015 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916;; E. 389069; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing] 

My Hamilton ; words by Stella 
Weiler-Taylor, music by W. H. Lebo, 
of U. S. [14016 

© Aug. 21, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 1, 
1916 ; E 389272 ; Will H. Lebo, Ham- 
ilton, O. 

My hat is in the eing; words by 

L. O. Nichols, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [14017 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1916; E 389735; 

Lawrence O. Nichols, Boise, Id. 

My haven of dreams ; words by Ed- 
ward Teschmacher, music by Katha- 
rine Barry, of Great Britain; no. 1 
in E flat. [14018 

© July 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 7, 1916 ; 
E 381513; Metzler & co., ltd. Lon- 
don. 

My heart ts calling, dear, for you ; 
words and music by J. A. Mac 
Meekin, of U. S. [14019 

© Oct. 2, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390814; J. A. Mac Meekin, San 
Francisco. 

My heart is inditing of a good mat- 
ter; Christmas anthem, words from 
the Bible, music by Herbert W. 
Wareing, of Great Britain; mixed 
voices, organ ace. (Octavo series, 
sacred no. 1190) [14020 

© Sept. 7, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1916; E 389555; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co. Boston. 



My heart is sad and lonely; words 

by J. O. Miles, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [14021 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; E 390735 ; J. 

Olive Miles, Canandaigua, N. Y. 

My heart is the garden and you are 
my beautiful rose; words by Joe 
McCarthy, music by Fred Fischer, of 
U. S. words and melody. [14022 
© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1916; E 390198; 
Leo Feist inc., New York. 

My highbrow hero; music by F. T. 

Knight, of U. S. ; piano. [14023 

© 1 c. Sept. 16, 1916; E 390670; 

Florence Knight, Mineral Point, Wis. 

My home in Kenogami; words and 
music by Harry Dent, of England. 

[14024 
© July 18, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26,. 
1916; E 384955; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

My hymn of hate; words by Clifford 
Grey, music by T. C. Sterndale Ben- 
nett, of England. [14025 
© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384951; Francis, Day, & 
Hunter, London. 

My isle of sweet dreams ; poem by 
C. B. Smith, music by H. M. Smith, 
of U. S. [14026 

© Oct. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct.' 6, 1916 ; 
E 390774; Harold M. Smith, New 
Brunswick, N. J. 

My Killarney rose ; words and music 

by W. W. Sheppard, of U. S. [14027 

© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 

1916; E 389675; W. W. Sheppard, 

Chicago. 

My Lady Frayle; selection, by How- 
ard Talbot and Herman Finck, arr. 
by Herman Finck of England ; orch. 
with piano conductor. [14028 

© July 27, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 384907; Hawkes & son & 
Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London. 

piano. [14029 

© Aug. 10, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1916; E 384922; Hawkes & son & 
Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., 
London. 

waltz by Herman Finck, of Eng- 
land ; piano. [14030 
© Aug. 18, 1916 ; 1 c. Sept. 1. 1916 ; 
E 384999 ; Hawkes & son & Ascher- 
berg, Hopwood & Crew, London. 



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My Lady of the Nile; from Ziegfeld 
follies, words by Gene Buck, music 
by Louis A. Hirsch, of U. S. [14031 
© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 22. 
1916; E 390463; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

My lips aee seal'd ; words by Stewart 
A. Trench tr. from poem by F. 
Bjelozorov, music by J. Bleicham, 
ed. by J. M. Medvedieff, of Russia, 
domiciled at New York. [14032 

© Aug. 19, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1916; E 389068; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 

My little beautiful dream of 
dreams ; words and music by E. A. 
Martin, of U. S. [14033 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390354; E. A. Martin, 
Charleston, S. C. 

My little blue-eyed syncopater ; 
music by F. Knight, of U. S. ; piano. 

[14034 

© 1 c. Sept. 16, 1916; E 390669; 

Florence Knight, Mineral Point, Wis. 

My little Ozark queen ; words by 
A. T. Criss, music by S. W. Spiker, 
arr, by Jewell Harter, of U. S. 

[14035 
© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390852; Allie Toland Criss, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 

My little 'phone girl; one-step, | 
words and music by L. T. Corcoran 
and A. F. Conklin, of U. S. [14036 
© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept 18, 
1916; E 390326; Leo T. Corcoran, 
Haverhill, Mass. 

My little picture show ; words by 
F. E. Pike, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [14037 
© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; B 390369; 
F. E. Fike, Dolton, 111. 

My love for thee. See Three Persian 
love songs. 

My love is a muleteer; words by 
Emile Frances Bauer, music by E. 
Manolito, of U. S. [14038 

© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1916; E 390514; 
American-Spanish music pub. co:, 
New York. 

My love is like a mocking bird; 
words and music by Norman Law- 
rence, arr. by Eugene Platzmann, of 
U. S. [14039 

© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1916; E 390155; 
Norman Lawrence Pollard, Mount 
Vernon, N. Y. 



My loyal love; words by De Burgh 
D'Arcy, music by Kennedy Russell, 
of England. [14040 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381596; Francis, Day & 
Hunter, London. 

My Marjorie; words by Bess Evan- 
geline March, music by Charles Gil- 
bert Spross, of U. S. ; four part song, 
women's voices, 4to. [14041 

© Aug. 18, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1916; E 387862; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on the arrangement.] 

My mother; words & music by W. S. 
Davis, of U. S. Post card. [14042 

© Aug. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1916; E 390109; Willis Sylvester 
Davis, Kansas City, Mo. 

My mother's golden heart ; words by 
H. H. Lestico, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [14043 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390248; 
H. H. Lestico, Worthington, Minn. 

My native home; words by J. J. 
Devers, music by E. 'S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [14044 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390253; 
J. J. Devers, Scranton, Pa. 

My need; words and music by Nellie 
Albright Weber, of U. S. [14045 

© Sept. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1916 ; 
E 390708; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

My neighbor's daughter; words by 
H. B. Edwards, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S, [14046 

© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1916; E 387851; 
H. B. Edwards, Highland Park, 111. 

My olives waver in the wind. See 
Syrian love songs. 

My own fireside ; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Gerald Kahn ; no. 
2 in C. [14047 

© June 19, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 5, 
1916 ; E 381511 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

My precious baby, with those big 
blue goo-goo eyes ; words and music 
by James (Slap-Rag) White, of U. S. 

[14048 

© Sept. 18, 1916; 1 c. Sept. 18, 

1916; 1 c. Sept. 25, 1916; E 389635; 

Harold Rossiter music co., Chicago. 



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My pretty little Hoosier girl ; lyrics 
by B. D. Berg, music by Joe Bur- 
rowes, of U. S., arr. by John W. 
Rehauser, of U. S. [14049 

© 1 c. Oct. 12, 1916; E 389911 ; 
Ben Daniel Berg, New York. 

My rosary for you ; by Ernest R. Ball, 
arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus, of U. S. ; 
E. flat, vocal orch. 4to. [14050 

© Oct. 2, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1916; 
E 389716 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

My skating girl ; from The big show, 
words by John L. Golden and C. A. 
Baill, music by Raymond Hubbell, of 
U. S. [14051 

© Sept. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1916 ; 
E 389275; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

My sweet Erin rose ; words by Frank 
Davis and Louis Johnson, music by 
Max Friedman, of U. S. [14052 

© Oct. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1916 ; 
E 389742 ; Max Friedman music pub. 
co., Pittsburgh. 

My sweet Molly-0 ; words by Louis 
Zuber. music bv Will Nielson & Ar- 
thur Crapo, of U. S. [14053 
© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1916 ; E 489506 ; Lyric music pub. co., 
New York. 

My twilight maid; words and music 
by J. B. Ronaldsoh, of Great Britain. 

[14054 
© Aug. 16, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 381581; J. Bruce Ronald- 
son, London. 

My Virginia rose; words by R. R. 
Harrison, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [14055 
© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389151; 
Roy R. Harrison, San Francisco. 

My Waikiki ukulele girl ; Hawaiian 
fox trot song, words by Jesse G. M. 
Glick, music by Chris. Smith, of 
U. S., arr. by Lester E. Stevens, of 
U. S. [14056 

© Sept. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1916 ; 
E 390697 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 
Francisco. 

Mystery land ; words and music by M. 
D. Marshall, of U. S. [14057 

© 1 c. Sept. 11, 1916; E 390169; 
Mary Dow Marshall, Seattle. 



Nachtpatronille ; charakterstiick von 
Erik Meyer-Helmund, of Germany ; 
orchester-partitur. [14058 

© Dec. 22, 1915; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381238; Ries & Erler, Ber- 
lin. 

Naiads (The). See Livens (Leo) 
Three studies, no. 1. 

Name (The) above every name; 
[words by Van Tassel Sutphen] mu- 
sic by J. S. Matthews, of U. S. ; so- 
prano or tenor solo and chorus. 8vo. 
(Church music review, series of an- 
thems and services, no 437). 

[14059 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389044; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Natascha; by Leo Ornstein, of Rus- 
sia, domiciled at New York ; violin 
and piano. (Three Russian impres- 
sions, no. 2.) [14060 
© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1916; E 390657; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Nativity of the blessed Virgin 
Mary; words by V. H. Krull, music 
by Sister M. Prudentia, of IT. S. 
4to. [14061 

© Aug. 23, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916 ; E 389477 ; Jos. Krolage music 
co., Cincinnati. 

Naturens makt. See Petre (Torsten) 
Tre sangen, no. 3. 

Nature's praise of God. See Bee- 
thoven (Ludwig van) 

Nauvoo by the river ; words by A. H. 
Lienhard, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [14062 

© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1916; E 390808; 
Alpha H. Lienhard, So. Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

Near me ; words by C. F. Weigle, mu- 
sic bv Howard E. Smith, of U. S. 

[14063 

© Sept. 20, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1916; E 398786; Charles F. Weigle, 
Chicago. 

Nearer, my God to Thee; by M. W. 
Butler, of U. S. ; four hands, piano 
or organ. [14064 

© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 390851; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 
dalia, Mo. 



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Nearer, my God to Thee — Continued. 

words by Sarah Adams, music 

by Sydney Thomson, of U. S. 

[14065 
© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31. 
1916: E 390052; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

'Neath mistletoe ; words by J. Ashby 
Sterry, music by Paul Ambrose, of 
U. S. ; men's voices, ace. ad lib. 
(Octavo series no. 409). [14066 

© Sept. 7, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1916; E 389553; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

'Neath the blooms of the maiden 
blush tree; words by Mrs. M. A. 
Hannum, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [14067 
© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390377; 
Mrs. M. A. Hannum, Vincennes, Ind. 

Neath the Red, White and Blue; 

words and music by J. P. Healy, of 

U. S. [14068 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916; E 389158; 

James F. Healy, Lowell, Mass. 

Nel bosco. See Primavera in val di 
sole, no. 2. 

Never swap horses when you're 
crossing a stream ; by Harold Robe 
and Jesse Winne. arr. by Lee Orean 
Smith, of U. S. ; band. [14069 

© Sept. 21, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1916 : E 390464 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyrigt is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

■ words by Harold Robe, mu- 



sic by Jesse Winne, of U. S. [14070 
© Sept. 18, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1916 ; E 390324 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Nevermore ; music by James Henry 
Darlington, of U. S. ; solo for so- 
prano or tenor, with piano ace. 

[14071 
© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 384982; J. H. Darlington, 
Huntington, N. Y. 

Nevin (Ethelbert) Six duets; by E. 
Nevin, arr. by Carl Engel, of TJ. S. ; 
soprano and alto. (Boston music co. 
edition no. 218) Contents :— 1. The 
merry, merry lark. 2. Deep in a 
rose's glowing heart. 3. In a bower. 
4. A song of love. 5. Ev'ry night. 6. 
Slumber song. [14072 

•, © Sept. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 389623; Boston music co., 
Boston 



New (The) America; words by Sam- 
uel Francis Smith, music by S. L. 
Fulford, of U. S. [14073 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1916 ; E 389253 ; Stanley L. Fulford, 
Los Angeles. 

New (The) born King; Christmas 
cantata for mixed voices, by Hugh 
Blair, of U. S. 4to. augmented and 
revised ed. [14074 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1916; E 389266; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on augmentation and revision.] 

New loves and old ; words and music 
by M. E. Holden, of U. S. [14075 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390251; 
Maria E. Holden, Yonkers, N. Y. 

New Year's dance; by Adam Preston 

[pseud, of Henry S. Sawyer], of 

XL S. ; piano. (Happy holidays no. 

1674) [14076 

© Sept. 11, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 

• 1916 ; E 390156 ; McKinley music co., 
Chicago. 

Nightingale (The) and the rose; 
trio, words by Mirza Schaffy, music 
bv Jan Gall. op. 7, no. 1. adaptation 
by Carl Hahn, of U. S. 4to. (Three 
part songs for women's voices, secu- 
lar no. 2537) [14077 
© Oct. 2, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 30, 
1916; E 389706; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Nightingale's (The) song; duet, 
words by Alvin Hovey King, music 
by Ethelbert Nevin, arr. by Charles 
Gilbert Spross, of U. S. ; high and 
low voices. (Vocal duets, no. 23). 

[14078 

© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1916; E 389176; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement]. 

Nina ; U. Davis, of U. S. ; piano. 

[14079 

© 1 c. Oct. 4, 1916; E 390729; 
Uriel Davis, New York. 

NOCH EINMAL MOCHT' ZWANZIG ICH 

sein; lied aus der operette, Die 
millionengretl', text von Gustav 
Beer, musik von Franz Schonbaums- 
feld, of Austria ; gesang und klavier. 

[14080 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. July 29, 1916 ; 
E 381333 ; W. Karczag, Vienna. 



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14094 



Nochecita (Twilight) ; by I. Albeniz, 
fingered by Felix Fox, of U. S. ; 
piano. [14081 

© Sept. 22, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 389630; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
fingering] 

Noctubne, op. 15, no. 2. (Chopin) 
See Mozart (W. A.) Six classic 
pieces, no. 5. 

Noeah M'Shane; words by Eliza 
Cook, music by F. Wilson Parish, 
of England. [14082 

© Aug. 28, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1916; E 384980; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Noema. See Bellini (Vincenzo) 

Noetheen aie. See Land of the mid- 
night sun, no. 2. 

Noewegian peasant dance. See Land 
of the midnight sun, no. 4. 

Not so very fae feom Zanzibar; one 
step, two step or trot, by Abe Ole- 
man, arr. by Wm. Schultz, of U. S. 
orch. 4to. [14083 

© Sept. 27, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916 ; E 389682 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Nothing's too good foe Uncle 

Sammy; words and music by Harry 

Burton, of U. S. [14084 

© Oct. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1916 ; 

E 389857; Harry Burton, St. Louis. 

Now he's all stuck up, cause he 
owns a Foed ; words and music by 
Joe McCarthy, Howard Johnson, 
and Grant Clarke, of U. S. ' [14085 
© 1 c. Sept. 19, 1916; E 390364; 
Leo Feist, inc. New York. 

Now the day is ovee ; words by S. 
Baring-Gould ; music by George S. 
Schuler, of U. S. (Octavo edition, 
sacred series, no. 1236.) [14086 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916; E 390031; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

NU PEIGIUNIEEE AUSTEIACO MMANE 'E 

taliane; versi di Giuseppe Caputo, 
musica di A. Matacea, of Italy, 
domiciled at New York; canto e 
mandolino. 4to. [14087 

© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1916; E 390336; Arturo Matacea. 
New York. 



O day of eest and gladness ; duet, 
words by Bishop Christopher Words- 
worth, music by Geo. Noyes Rock- 
well, of U. S., sop and alto. [14088 
© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1916 ; E 389671 ; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

O deaeest one, eemembee me ; words 
by A. Void, music by Carlo Carleton, 
of U. S. ; solo or quartet. Minneap- 
olis, Minn. Augsburg pub. house. 

[14089 
© Sept. 17, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 2, 
1916; E 390682; Amun Void, Haw- 
ley, Minn. 

O gladsome light ; the hymn of So- 
phronius, by A. T. Gretchaninoff, 
the English adaptation by N. Lind- 
say Norden, of U. S. ; 1st and 2nd 
sop., 1st and 2nd alto, 1st, 2nd and 
3rd tenor, 1st, 2nd and 3rd bass. 
4to. (Russian church music no. 
4135.) [14090 

© Oct. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1916 ; 
E 389770; J. Fischer & bro„ New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation of English text.] 

O HARK TO THE BELLS' GLAD SONG ', 

carol anthem, composed by Oliver 
King, of England ; mixed voices and 
organ. [14091 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 381564; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

O heav'nly Father, geaciously heae 
us ; part song, music by Ruth B. 
Rodgers, of U. S. (In Church mu- 
sic review, series of anthems and 
services no. 441). [14092 

© Sept. 2, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389361; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

O holdes madchen ; lied aus der oper- 
ette Liebeszauber, text von Victor 
Leon, musik von Oscar Straus, of 
Austria ; gesang and klavier. 

[14093 
© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. July 29, 
1916; E 381286; Ludwig Doblinger 
(Bernard Herzmansky), Leipzig. 

O Jesus, Thy sweet memoey ; anthem, 
words by Richard Davis, music by 
C. Hugo Grimm, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [14094 

© Aug. 18. 1916; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1916; E 387867; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 



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O Jesus, Thy sweet memory — Contd. 
■ duet, words by Richard Davis, 

music by C. Hugo Grimm, of U. S. ; 

high and low voice; piano or organ 

ace. [14095 

© Aug. 24, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 23, 

1916; E 389175; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 

O Lamb of God ; hymn anthem, words 
by J. G. Dech, music by Murray C. 
French, of U. S. (Octavo edition, 
sacred series, no. 1232.) [14096 

© Aug. 29, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1916 ; E 390030 ; Clayton P. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

O Lord, our Lord, how excellent is 
Thy name; words from the Bible, 
music by J. Lincoln Newhall, of 
U. S. [14097 

© Oct. 3, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916; 
E 389887 ; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

O Lord thou art my hope and light ; 
words and music by W. D. Scholl, 
of U. S. ; mixed voices. [14098 

© Sept. 16, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 389552; Wm. D. Scholl, 
Philadelphia. 

O LOVE THAT WILT NOT LET ME GO ; 

sacred duet, music by Amy U. 
Thompson, of U. S. ; women's voices. 
(Octavo, no. 14). [14099 

© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389872; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

O moon or earth. See Three Persian 
love songs. 

O' mother o' mine; words by W. F. 

Byrne, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [14100 

© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1916; E 389751; 

W. F. Byrne, Charlottetown, P. E. I. 

O raise the banner high ; words by 
Lydia W. Parrish, music by M. C. 
Linton, of U. S. [14101 

© Oct. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1916 ; 
E 389894; Mabel C. Linton, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

O sole mio (My sunshine) ; by E. Di 
Capua, transcribed by Valdah Olcott- 
Bickford, of U. S., op. 40; guitar 
solo. [14102 

© Aug. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1916; E 396454; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



O sole mio (My sunshine) — Contd. 

(My sunshine) by E. Di Capua. 

arr. by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Recreations for the piano- 
forte, series IV, no. 1807) [14103 
© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390530 ; Century music pub. 
co,, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

O soul beset; words and music by 

C. P. Jones, of U. S. [14104 

© Aug. 15, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 

1916 ; E 390827 ; Charles Price Jones, 

Jackson, Miss. 

O starry night. See Offenbach 
( Jacques ) . 

O time take me back; by C. Jacobs- 
Bond, arr. by Harry L. Alford, of 
U. S. ; medium key, orch. 4to. 

[14105 
© Aug. 31, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1916; E 389345; Carrie Jacobs- 
Bond & son, .Chicago. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 

O verdant pine (O. Tannebaum) ; 
German folksong, German words by 
Ernst Anschiitz, English by Will 
Callahan, ed. by Henry S. Sawyer, of 
U. S. (Christmas music no. 1659) 

[14106 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 8, 

1916 ; E 390099 ; McKinley music co., 

Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 

editing and translation.] 

O worship the Lord all ye lands; 
words by Helen A. Dickinson, music 
by Charles Chaix, ed. by Clarence 
Dickinson, of U. S. 4to. (Sacred 
choruses no. 54.) [14107 

© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1916; E 389396; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 

Oberon waltz ; by Weber, arr. by M. 
Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano. 

[14108 
© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389807; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

O'Brien is tryin' to learn to talk 
Hawaiian ; by Rennie Cormack, arr. 
by Geo. J. Trinkaus, of U. S.; key 
of C, orch. [14109 

© Sept. 15, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916 ; E 389495 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



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14127 



O'Brien is teyin' to learn to talk 

Hawaiian — Continued. 
words by Al. Dubin, music by 

Rennie Cormack, of U. S. [14110 

© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 9, 

1916 ; E 389404 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 

Of the ones they've left behind. 
See Send the boys a little snapshot. 

Offenbach ( Jacques ) ; Barcarolle ; 
from Tales of Hoffmann, by J. Offen- 
bach, arr. by M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; piano, four hands. [14111 
© Sept. 25, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916 ; E 390549 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

i O starry night ; Barcarolle from 

from Tales of Hoffmann, words by 
J. Will Callahan, music by Jacques 
Offenbach, adapted by Henry S. 
Sawyer, of U. S. ; solo for soprano 
or duet for soprano and alto. 

[14112 
© Sept. 12, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 16, 
1916; E 389497; Frank K. Root & 
co., Chicago. 

■ Yalse barcarolle ; by Offenbach, 

arr. by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Old favorites arranged in 
dance form no. 14008) [14113 

© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1916 ; 
E 389797; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Oh come to me when daylight sets ; 
words by Sir Thomas Moore, music 
by S. Meyers, of U. S. [14114 

© Sept. 14, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 15. 
1916; E 390415; Samuel Meyers, 
Philadelphia. 

Oh ! come to San Diego ; words and 
music by J. B. Ridgway (Jay Bee), 
arr. by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[14115 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1916 ; E 387846 ; 
J. B. Ridgway, Los Angeles. 

Oh Erin, how I love you; words by 
E. L. Porter, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [14116 
© 1 c. Sept. 20, 1916; E 390380; 
Evelyn L. Porter, Portland, Me. 

Oh, lady mine; words by Ethel M. 
KeHey, music by James C. Warhurst. 
of U. S. ; male voices. 8vo. [14117 
© Oct. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1916 ; 
E 389874; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 



Oh, Mister Man ; words and music by 
Neal Harper, of U. S. [14118 

© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1916; E 389267; 
Harold Orlob, New York. 

Oh, Mr. Moon we'd like to spoon ; 

words by A. E. Berquist, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [14119 

© 1 c. Sept. 8, 1916; E 390116; 

A. E. Berquist, Amor, N. D. 

Oh music in my dreams I hear ; words 

and music by W. A. Cumming, of 

U. S. [14120 

© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1916 ; E 390803 ; W. 

A. Cumming, Nashua, N. H. 

Oh, virgin rose ; words by Josephine 
Victoria Rowe, music by Charles 
Marshall, of Great Britain; no. 4 
in F. [14121 

© July 28, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1916; E 384895; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Oh, you beautiful pink ; words and 
music by M. Crosby, of U. S. [14122 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1916; E 389583; 
Mattie Crosby, Iditarod, Alaska. 

Old Bill Baker ; words by Ring Lard- 
ner, music by Jerome Kern, of U. S. 

[14123 
© 1 c. Sept. 30, 1916; E 389702; 
T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter. 

Old (The) folks; words by Mrs. A. 

E. Fancher, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [14124 

© 1 c. Sept. 13, 1916; E 390240; 

Mrs. A. E. Fancher, Chicago. 

Old (The) frocks; words by Adrian 
Ross, music by Lionel Monckton, of 
Great Britain. [14125 

© Aug. 17, 1916; 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1916 ; E 384991 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Old Glory; words by W. E. Hazlett, 
music by R. J. Formica, of U. S. 

[14126 

© Sept. 26, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1916 ; E 389581 ; Richard J. Formica 
& Wm. E. Hazlett, Brooklyn. 

Old home town ; words by E. P. 
Jacques, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [14127 

© 1 c. Aug. 23, 1916 ; E 389145 ; 
E. P. Jacques, Aitkin, Minn. 



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Old (The) log cabin; words and 
music by H. H. Fuller, of U. S. 

[14128 
© Aug. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1916; E 389041; Henry H. Fuller, 
White Bear Lake, Minn. 

Old man trouble; part song, words 
anon, music by Daniel Protheroe, of 
U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. [14129 
© Sept. 8, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1916 ; E 390188 ; J. S. Fearis & Bro., 
Chicago. 

Old masters' fox-trot; by Robt. A. 
Keiser and Eugene Platzmann, an*, 
by Lee Orean Smith, of U. S. ; orch. 
8vo. [14130 

© Aug. 26, 1916; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1916 ; E 389235 ; Leo. Feist, inc., Cin- 
cinnati. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Old pedlar Jim ; by Clement M. Spur- 
ling, of England ; op. 11 ; pianoforte. 
(Our village in summer, no. 3.) 

[14131 
© Aug. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 384786; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Old (The) Bed, White and Blue; 
words by Mrs. C. Dickson, music by 
C. H. Driskell, of U. S. ; Elizabeth, 
N. J. ; Dickson music pub. co. 

[14132 
© Sept. 6, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1916; E 390432; Mrs. C. Dickson, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

Old (An) world garden; words by 
Eric Chilman, music by Eric Coates, 
of Great Britain. [14133 

© July 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1916 ; 
E 384790; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Olden golden days ; words by Dave 
M. Allan, music by Bob Allan, of 
U. S. [14134 

© Sept. 23, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1916; E 390582; Vanclersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Oleg's men ; words translated from 
the Russian by Nathan Haskell Dole, 
of U. S., music by N. Tscherepnin; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Choral music, 
series 34, no. 1322.) [14135 

© Oct. 7, 1916; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1916; 
E 389860; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on English 
text.] 



Olga; by Leo Ornstein, of Russia, 
domiciled at New York, op. 37; 
violin and piano. (Three Russian 
impressions, no. 1.) [14136 

© Sept. 18, 1916; 2 c. Sept. 29